The Australian Competition Authority grants an interim authorisation to a press association to collectively bargain with big tech company (CPA)

Country Press Australia members can collectively bargain with Google and Facebook* The ACCC has granted interim authorisation for Country Press Australia (CPA) members to collectively negotiate with Facebook and Google over payments to publishers for their news content that appears on the platforms. CPA is an industry body that represents the interests of independent regional and local newspapers throughout Australia. CPA currently represents 81 members and 160 regional newspapers, which provide local news to regional communities in print and online. Authorisation will enable CPA members to collectively

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Australian Competition Authority, The Australian Competition Authority grants an interim authorisation to a press association to collectively bargain with big tech company (CPA), 29 April 2021, e-Competitions April 2021, Art. N° 100634

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