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Twelve ideas to save quality journalism and democracy

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Australia’s government has designed a “News Media Bargaining Code” in an attempt to force Google and Facebook to pay news businesses for providing links between readers and their news items. There are at least twelve more effective things that we could do to save quality journalism in Australia. Find out how Australia could lead the world in this area in this article: https://johnmenadue.com/twelve-points-to-help-journalists-and-save-democracy/
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Lynn Wood @ 2021.02.18 6:57 AM
Interesting points. There are more in this post, including that social media is turning crackpot politics into political crack https://www.ideaspies.com/posts/politics-to-stamp-its-authority-over-the-digital-world

Nevilledp @ 2021.02.22 4:47 PM
Great ideas, the primary objective should be to prevent social media from cancelling those it disagrees with and holds platforms liable for bias, political and social interference, it’s is a sounding board not the purveyor of its own adgenda and that of its political and financial backers.

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