Google Made Big Mistake In Australia, Closed News On google

In Australia, Google has stopped showing news in its search results. This was revealed by the websites complaining. Google has accepted the ban as a policy change.

Google Made Big Mistake In Australia
The Australian government has reprimanded Google for the secret ban

At the same time, the Australian government has reprimanded Google for the secret ban. In response, Australia treasurer Josh Friedenberg expressed displeasure that instead of blocking content, Google should prepare to pay for these news reports.

Google experiment On User

It has clarified that it has made these changes as an experiment on one percent of the total Google users in Australia. This experiment will run until February. In fact, the Government of Australia is bringing legislation on many tech companies including Google, Facebook.

They will have to pay money from the income they are making by showing the content of news institutions. If they do not do so, then the government-appointed officer will decide how much money the companies pay.

Facebook threatens

Facebook is also opposing Australia’s new law. It had recently threatened that if the law came into force. It would prevent users in Australia from sharing news on their platforms. More You Like It Hina Khan appeared in bold style in the middle of the sea, after seeing the photo in a bikini

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A few days ago group chat links were seen on the search engines. Due to this, anyone can search the groups on It and join them through the link. All these numbers belong to the individual and not business numbers. He has also shared some screenshots and more on google.

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