Rod Sims on making Google and Facebook pay for news | FT

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    The chair of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Chairman explains how he took on Google and Facebook, addressing a clear imbalance of bargaining power and market failure, and made them pay for news that they were using from media companies.

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