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ACMA launches guidance to digital platforms on voluntary misinformation, news quality code

Friday 26 June 2020 | 09:45 CET | News
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has released a position paper outlining its expectations for a voluntary code or codes of practice on misinformation and news quality to be developed by digital platforms. Called 'Misinformation and news quality on digital platforms in Australia', the position paper to guide code development offers a model code framework for consideration, including objectives and outcomes to be achieved for the benefit of Australian users of digital platforms.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: ACMA / Australian Communications and Media Authority / Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
Countries: Australia
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