Facebook will lift the ban on Australian news after agreeing to amend the law
Rashidul Islam:  As Canberra agrees to amend the law, Australian users will be able to see the news again on its Facebook page. But for this the web platforms have to pay. RT
 Australian Treasurer Josh Friedenberg said Facebook had promised to re-post news of its country on its Facebook page. Facebook has shut down all types of news content in Australia since Thursday morning. As a result, users are not able to read or share any kind of news.
 Facebook is now in commercial negotiations with Australian news media. Facebook is set to re-add news pages after agreeing to a proposed law change to force tech giants to pay for media content promotion.
 Canberra’s conflict with Facebook lasted more than a week after the media code was passed. The online platform decided to warn the Australian government over a proposed law for publishers to charge extra money from Facebook.
 Facebook says Australian news sites already have billions of dollars in free traffic. According to the new media code, they will have to pay some money from now on.
 The decision by Facebook came just hours after media mogul Rupert Murdoch announced that he would pay Google for a few more news media content, including News Corporation.