Australian consumer Watchdog on Monday refuted a letter from Google, saying a proposed media law would harm local users.
Melanie Silva, Managing Director and Vice President of Google Australia and New Zealand, said in an open letter to the Australian that the proposed new rules would force tech giants to provide users with Google Search and YouTube dramatically It can turn your data into a big news business and jeopardize the free services you use in Australia he said.
Australians don't have to charge Google for free services like Google Search and YouTube Sim said. He added that tech companies would not be forced to share any additional consumer information with the Australian News business.
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