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Australia to probe Facebook/Google for media disruption

RTE.ie Monday, 4 December 2017
Australia to probe Facebook/Google for media disruptionAustralia's competition regulator has said it will investigate whether US online giants Facebook and Alphabet's Google has disrupted the news media market to the detriment of publishers and consumers.
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