California Assembly Votes On CJPA As Meta Fires Warning Shot


One day after Meta threatened to pull all news from Facebook and Instagram if it is signed into law, the California Assembly voted on the California Journalism Preservation Act.

The CJPA would require major tech companies such as Google and Meta to pay a usage fee in the form of a percentage of ad revenue generated by displaying news articles from local journalists.

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