News Corp and Facebook have attained pay prices for information in Australia three months following the government passed legislation that could make electronic giants help pay for the expenses of journalism

CANBERRA, Australia — News Corp and Facebook have reached cover prices for information from Australia three months following the government passed legislation which would create electronic giants help pay for the expenses of journalism.

The New York-based news firm that works mainly in the USA, Britain and Australia said Tuesday it had attained a philosophical arrangement with Facebook that insures its important Australian mastheads in addition to regional publications.

The cover deal follows a similar arrangement struck by Google previous month.

“The arrangement with Facebook is a milestone in changing the conditions of commerce for journalism, also is going to have a substance and meaningful effect on our Australian information companies,” News Corp Chief Executive Robert Thomson said.

Andrew Hunter, head of Facebook News Founded in Australia and New Zealand, said that the arrangements with News Corp Australia and Sky News Australia”imply that individuals on Facebook will obtain access to premium news articles and breaking news movie from News Corp’s network of urban, national, suburban and rural newsrooms.”

Thomson thanked the Australian government for”taking a principled stand for publishers” via its legislation that could induce Facebook and Google cover information content obtained through their platforms when both gateways to the net don’t strike reasonable prices.

News Corp currently has cover deals with Facebook, Google and Apple to give accessibility to journalism.

Google has been faster than Facebook to ink deals with Australian information companies as the electronic platform legislation created their way through parliamentary procedures.

Seven West Media is the only other important Australian networking business to declare a deal deal with Facebook.

Facebook declared preliminary paychecks with separate news organizations Personal Media, Schwartz Media and Solstice Media per day after the laws have been passed by Parliament last month.