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We are deeply concerned that Facebook’s actions are limiting Australians access to high-quality news information
ACCC chief urges government action to defend consumers and media diversity
Facebook signals change in approach to moderation and misinformation.
As a global publisher in all but name, Facebook needs to review and reveal its editorial policy, the Australian Press Council says.
Professor Barry Judd's first news story takes us back to the events of November 11, 1975, and the dismissal of the Whitlam government. Listen to how that news story changed the Melbourne University academic's view of the world.
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Hear from our three guests – Janak Rogers, Jo Lauder and Richard Baker – on what it takes to transform a podcast into a memorable piece of journalism.
Canada’s Online News Act has the country butting heads with search and social giants, and media bargaining trendsetter Australia could learn from the tweaks made to its playbook.
Australia’s access to high-level journalism skills and resources could lead it becoming an Asia Pacific hub for modelling and promoting solutions to technology-facilitated violence (TFV).
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