18 September, 2020

‘Killing ­Original Content ­Creators Isn’t In ­Silicon ­Valley’s Interest’

Executive Director of The Indian Express Anant Goenka in conversation with Outlook.

‘Killing ­Original Content ­Creators Isn’t In ­Silicon ­Valley’s Interest’
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2018-01-13T11:36:57+05:30

Edited excerpts from an interview with The Indian Express executive director Anant Goenka:

Is it fair that the likes of Google decide advertising rates even though they only curate ‘content’ from other publishers?

Fair or not fair isn’t the question. Google is a reality and most of Silicon Valley has learned and recognised it isn’t in their interest to kill original content creators. We have to work together to build a sustainable digital economy.

There are anti-competition cases against Google in India and you have said they are being ‘dictatorial’ in a sense....

They should try to take publishers on board. Facebook generally engages in conversation, but Google has in the past acted more unilaterally in terms of decisions concerning the industry.

With a chapter titled ‘Data Localisation’ in the Srikrishna Committee White paper on data protection, do you think it is necessary for a government to impose jurisdiction on digital...

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