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Google threatens to withdraw search engine from Australia

Australia is introducing a world-first law to make Google, Facebook and potentially other tech companies pay media outlets for their news content.

But the US firms have fought back, warning the law would make them withdraw some of their services.

Australian PM Scott Morrison said lawmakers would not yield to "threats".

Australia is far from Google's largest market, but the proposed news code is seen as a possible global test case for how governments could seek to regulate big tech firms.

The only search engine you'll ever need

Our brain keeps storing them, deleting them, altering them, and sharing them with others. Out of these processes, the forgetting part happens most often.

To make remembering the different elements of your online life easier, Seattle-based Atlas Informatics has launched Atlas Recall. It’s basically a search engine that lets you search for anything that’s been ever displayed on your computer screen. You can consider it a personal assistant that keeps taking screenshots of everything you do on your PC.