Desperate to fend off online competition, lobbyists for corporate media companies have once again revived efforts to pass the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA), a bill that would create a media cartel in the United States, capable of collectively pressuring Big Tech companies to bail them out financially.
The bill, previously in limbo, was scheduled for markup this week by the Senate Judiciary Committee, and is being held over until September.
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