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Google threatens to ban Aussies to avoid paying for news


The world’s largest search engine could hold Australians “ransom” as part of its ongoing battle with the government.

Australians could lose their “gateway to the internet” this year after Google threatened to lock them out of its search engine in an unprecedented retaliation against laws to make it pay for the news it uses.

The lockout, which was described as an attempt to hold Australian politicians to “ransom,” would make Australia one of only two countries that could not…



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