Microsoft and Google are feuding over the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act

Microsoft and Google are squabbling about proposed bipartisan legislation that would assist digital media and newspaper businesses in bargaining with Big Tech firms.

Small news organizations will be able to negotiate fees with Big Tech firms like Google and Facebook who post their content for free under the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act, which has been introduced in both the House and Senate.

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