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Row as Jacob Rees-Mogg is ‘framed’ for Big Tech law delay until 2023


Row as Jacob Rees-Mogg is ‘framed’ for Big Tech law delay until 2023: Cabinet Minister denies blocking plans to force giants to pay newspapers for stories

Jacob Rees-Mogg is at the centre of a Government row over plans to make tech giants such as Google and Facebook pay newspapers and other media outlets for using their stories amid claims the Cabinet Minister had been framed for delaying the legislation.

The Digital Competition Bill has been drafted to give legal powers to a new Digital Markets Unit (DMU), which is intended to ensure that social media companies pay fairly for news publishers’ content and don’t stifle all competition in digital advertising.

The Bill was due to be introduced in the Queen’s Speech in May and…



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