According to TOI, Mel Silva, Vice President of Google Australia and New Zealand, said in a blog: It is clear that both sides have completely different ideas of what the prices should be, and asking the arbitrator to choose a final offer is an extreme way to solve this, adding: “We are happy to negotiate fairly. However, given the inherent problems in arbitration and unfair rules, the proposed model cannot be implemented at Google, and it will not be applicable to many Australian companies, regardless of their size.
Silva explained in a separate post: “The bill sets a bad precedent, and establishes a mandatory model for negotiation and arbitration that takes into account the costs and value created by only one party, the news companies. The formula used to calculate the payment. ”
Last month, Google described the proposed changes as unfair, while warning users that the new regulation would affect Google and YouTube searches. Google even warned Australians that the “News Media Bargaining Act” might lead to their data being handed over to major news companies, explaining It is compelled by the bargaining act to provide news companies with a warning about changes to their search algorithm, which could constitute punishment for local companies.
On April 20, the Australian government announced that it had directed the Australian Competition and Consumers Committee (ACCC) to develop a mandatory code of conduct to address bargaining power imbalances between Australian news media companies and both Google and Facebook. The draft code will allow news media companies to negotiate individually or collectively with Google. And Facebook to pay to include the news in their services.
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