Tuesday, 18 January, 2022
TopicGoogle News

Topic: Google News

How Google’s deals with Murdoch’s News Corp, other media could change how world accesses news

Deals struck under Google News Showcase comes at a time when Australian govt has been trying to force Google to pay publishers for news that show up on search.

Google comes around, will pay select publishers over $1 billion for news content

Google will pay publishers to provide blurbs for its news app and to give readers free access to certain paywalled articles.

Google will start paying publishers for news in Australia, Germany, Brazil

The news licensing deals will start in the three countries and Google is in talks with publishers in six more, the company said.

YouTube deliberately evaded warnings, allowed videos with toxic content to run rampant

YouTube’s problem is that it allows nonsense to flourish. And, in some cases, through its artificial intelligence system, it even provides the fuel that lets it spread.

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Priyanka Gandhi Vadra of Congress, a forerunner of women's question in India | PTI

Be it Congress, BJP, AAP—women’s question in India is a partisan issue. And that’s not so bad

India's woman question tests party imagination. Congress's focus on Nirbhaya, Unnao rape victim, and BJP's Uniform Civil Code show how.
President Xi Jingping addressing a meeting

Nations must secure global supply chains, prevent inflation shocks: Xi Jinping at WEF

In his 3rd address to World Economic Forum, Chinese President Xi Jinping said 'we need to resolve various risks and promote the steady recovery of the world economy'.


HAL likely to be in fray for Navy’s NUHs after defence ministry junks Coast Guard chopper deal

Last week, the Defence Acquisition Council scrapped the Coast Guard programme to buy 14 twin-engine helicopters under Buy Global category. Other projects under review now.
Illustration by Soham Sen | ThePrint

Read my lips, I’m hurting, says Pakistan’s National Security Policy. What it means for India

The new policy is mostly chaff, but it reveals the most inward-looking Pakistan in 3 decades. It needs breathing space, and is realising loss of stature and friendship with US.