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Murdoch the main beneficiary of Australia’s Google stoush

The Flip Side: Not all journalism’s problems are down to the tech giants.

Dita De Boni Wed, 27 Jan 2021

One would think that after the reign of Donald Trump was over, after he and Fox and other networks failed to successfully whip a mob of nincompoops to storm the Capitol, after the most sycophantic liars continue to insist the former US president won the election, that Rupert Murdoch would be well

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