New Zealand working on legislation to make big tech pay for news

New Zealand’s government proposed new legislation Sunday that would require major tech companies to pay for local news content that they share on their platforms. 

In a news release, New Zealand’s broadcasting and media minister, Willie Jackson, said the proposed legislation will be based on similar laws implemented in Canada and Australia and will be designed to act as an incentive for digital platforms to reach voluntary deals with local news outlets. 

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