Facebook has said news articles will start to re-appear in Australian users' feeds in the coming days, after it reached a deal with the government on plans to make tech giants pay for journalism. The agreement sees four changes made to the proposed media code, including adding a period of mediation before a government arbitrator intervenes in a dispute between tech companies and publishers. Also in this edition, shares in the Brazilian oil giant Petrobras have slumped after President Jair Bolsonaro moved to replace its CEO.
There's been outrage from politicians and publishers, after Facebook decided to block news content for users in Australia. But will the standoff lead to more regulation? Also in the show - following a number of high-profile hacks, the French government has announced a major investment in cybersecurity.
Ahead of Thursday’s presidential election in Uganda, Facebook has taken down a government-backed network, accusing it of using fake accounts to post information about the election. Coming so soon after some social media platforms took down accounts belonging to Donald Trump, the move has raised questions about the role social media companies play in regulating online communications.