Google denounces Australia for drawing up “antitrust law”

According to Sydney Reuters, the US Internet giant Google criticized Australia’s proposed “antitrust law” on the 17th, saying that Google’s free search service and users’ personal data may be in a “dangerous situation” if the proposed law forces users to pay news agencies to read content. Google believes that Australia’s proposed law may also help large media companies manipulate search rankings, gain unfair competitive advantage and squeeze small media’s living space, according to the report. The announcement by Google on its main search page marks an escalation of tensions between large technology companies and the Australian Competition and Consumer Council. ACCC has long called for a radical change in the free access to news content and consumer data by search and social media giants such as Google and Facebook. Yueshang group has become the third social e-commerce service platform listed in China after being gathered in pinduoduo

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