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A healthy chunk of Facebook users say they don’t get much news there any more — an outcome to be both expected and desired.
News Corp’s painfully named news aggregator promised to somehow battle “crass clickbait,” filter bubbles, media bias, and two trillion-dollar companies, all at once. It ended up being a D-minus Drudge clone and OnlyFans blog.
The federal government should follow Australia’s lead in forcing arbitration between platforms and publishers when needed.
Google’s trying to figure out how to satisfy privacy advocates without crippling its gazillion-dollar ad business — or poking regulators around the world. Now, the company says it needs more time, and publishers should take advantage.
“One cannot be betrayed if one has no people.”
Audience declines of 20 percent or more have followed Facebook taking its traffic ball and going home.
Instead of taking 30% of new subscribers’ payments, it’ll take 15%. The money’s welcome, but it’s also a reminder of how little control publishers have over the terms they get from tech giants.