NPA’s Big Tech bargaining bid gets provisional approval

Daniel Dunkley
Tue, 12 Apr 2022

The Commerce Commission has provisionally approved the News Publishers’ Association's (NPA) bid to collectively negotiate with Meta and Google.An NPA-led consortium has moved a step closer to being able to strike joint commercial deals with the Silicon Valley tech giants following the decision.The NPA is representing news companies including Stuff, The Spinoff, and NZME, the owner of BusinessDesk, as the businesses attempt to boost their negotiating power and agree money-for-content deals with the two US companies.The commission has g...

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