Headline June 30, 2019/ '' ' AUSTRALIANS' CLAMPDOWN AMPHITHEATRE ' ''



THE WORLD STUDENTS SOCIETY - stops and rises to give the entire world a standing ovation, and thank them profoundly for their unfolding guidance, support and honors.

AUSTRALIA - UNITED STATES - EUROPE - and the other great worlds will soon master their own insights....................

IN FULLNESS OF TIME : The world at large will begin grasping the obvious fact, that the biggest protection , monitoring and  greatness-

Against fall-outs from tech-titans and tunes, social-media and even pure evil, will come from no one other than The World Students Society, [for every subject in the world]

MARK MY WORDS : no leader, or a great group of many leaders, can take the world forward. Only  The World Students Society, will have the singular historic honor of building a new world

One of the most radical suggestions is the creation of an Algorithm Review Board to monitor the    complex formulae used to deliver advertisements, and rank news content and referral services to news media.

The ACCC said such a regulator was needed to ensure the big digital players do not ''favor their own business interests, although their market power and presence across multiple markets''.

''There are also issues with the role of digital platforms in determining what news and information is accessed by Australians, how this information is provided, and its range and reliability.''

ACCC chairman Rod Sims said regulatory authorities in the United States, Britain, Europe and other area are closely monitoring the outcome of the Australian inquiry as they all mull possible responses to the growing power of tech titans.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison's government has already taken controversial steps targeting Big Tech, including criminal penalties for executives of social media companies which -

Which permit the distribution of violent content on their platforms and an unprecedented law forcing tech firms to help security services break encrypted communications.

Tech companies have warned that enacting many of the ACCC's  proposed recommendations would be impractical, or lead firms simply avoid doing business in Australia.

''We obviously need really clear rules for the Internet that protect privacy, safety, the economic and social benefits of technology while also protecting competition and innovation,'' said Sunita Bose, head of the DIGI lobbying group formed by Google, Facebook, Twitter and other firms to deal with Australian regulators.

But, in an interview with Nine media newspaper ahead of the ACCC release, Bose cautioned that some of the watchdog's recommendations, on top of the government's earlier measures, could not only hurt the big players but have an even greater impact on startups and smaller firms limited resources to meet new regulatory demands.

She warned in particular against attempts to monitor and regulate algorithms, which she said ''constitute highly sensitive commercial information''.

''The prospect of having to disclose such sensitive information will serve as s deterrent to global digital companies and start-ups initiating or expanding their operations in Australia,'' she said.

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