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Facebook sends blunt message to the world, blocking Australians’ access to news | ABC News posted at 09:35:20 UTC

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Facebook has sent a blunt message to the world – any attempt to force it to pay for news content will mean an end to those feeds.
Missing our news on Facebook? Go straight to the source — download the ABC News app here: https://www.abc.net.au/app/
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Australia woke up today to find most local news pages were just a blank space.
But caught up as collateral damage were many other posts, from charities, critical health sites and emergency services.
The stunning move has ignited a wave of fury.