Microsoft says Bing can fill the gap in Australia if Google Pulls Out:
If Google leaves Australia, Microsoft claims Bing will fill in the gap.
After speaking with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Morison told reporters, I can tell you, Microsoft is pretty confident.
” We simply want the rules in the digital world to be the same as they are in the real world.’
A Microsoft spokeswoman confirmed the meeting took place but declined to express an opinion on it because their company isn’t directly affected by the new law.
“We understand the importance of a vibrant media sector and public interest journalism in a democracy, and we realize the challenges the media sector has faced over many years as business models and consumer preferences have changed,” she stated.
Microsoft says Bing can fill the gap in Australia if Google Pulls Out
A representative from Google declined to comment on the matter.
After hearing about the new law, Australian Treasurer Josh Freedenberg confronted Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook had requested a meeting.
He wanted to discuss code and its consequences for Facebook. He couldn’t convince Josh to change his mind.
They have discussed it but no decision was made.
The “News Media Barging Code” is rejected by Facebook and Google
launched public campaigns against it.
Google has threatened to pull its search engine from Australia while Facebook has warned that Australians will no longer be able to share news content.
What did the BBC have to say about it?
Google has decided to remove its search engine out of Australia.
Microsoft Teams has recently received desktop app improvements to reduce RAM and CPU usage.
So you could say that Microsoft is aiming to be the best in every way.
Microsoft says Bing can fill the gap in Australia if Google Pulls Out…...