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Future of Public Interest Journalism inquiry report released: Detailed analysis

Wednesday 14 February, 2018

The Senate inquiry into the Future of Public Interest Journalism has reported its finding this week.
 
The committee made seven recommendations about funding and supporting good journalism, but did not make any recommendations about internet giants Facebook and Google.
 

Google tells Senate Committee 'we help publishers'

Tuesday 22 August, 2017
Google Australia's managing director Jason Pellegrino told the Senate Committee into Public Interest Journalism today that Google is helping news publishers by driving traffic to their sites and by sharing revenue with them.

Questioned by Senators Dastyari, Xenophon and Singh, he said that Google is also active in fighting fake news with its news algorithm and 'trusted flagging' procedures to identify fake content. 

"People can give us notice of problematic content and we will act on it," he said. 

Senate inquiry into future of public interest journalism: AUDIO

Wednesday 10 May, 2017
Four independent Senators have combined to initiate an inquiry into public interest journalism, fake news and the impact of new media.

The proposal  to form the Select Committee on the Future of Public Interest Journalism has been drafted today by Labor Senator Sam Dastyari (pictured), Greens Scott Ludlam and independents Nick Xenophon and Jacqui Lambie.

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