News Media Bargaining Code  

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The News Media Bargaining Code (or News Media and Digital Platforms Mandatory Bargaining Code) is a proposed law designed to have large technology platforms that operate in Australia pay local news publishers for the news content made available or linked on their platforms. The law's definition of news is broad, including "content that reports, investigates or explains ... current issues or events of public significance for Australians at a local, regional or national level."

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