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Facebook is hiding SBS News. Here's how to follow us on other platforms

Source: SBS News

Facebook is restricting users in Australia from sharing or viewing news, including stories published by SBS News, in response to the federal government's proposed legislation to force internet platforms to pay for news content. Here's how to follow us on our other digital and social media platforms.

SBS News website: Save our website sbs.com.au/news as a favourite. 

SBS News app: Download our app from Apple's App Store or Google Play and subscribe to the alerts.

SBS News newsletters: Get the latest delivered to your email inbox by subscribing here

Apple News: Follow the SBS News channel here on an Apple device.

Twitter: Follow us at twitter.com/SBSNews

Instagram: Follow us at instagram.com/sbsnews_au

YouTube: Subscribe at youtube.com/c/sbsnews

TikTok: Follow us at tiktok.com/@sbsnews_au

Reddit: Join us at reddit.com/r/sbsnewsau

SBS also publishes news in 68 languages online and on radio. Find your language at sbs.com.au/language and specific health information about COVID-19 at sbs.com.au/coronavirus

You can also still find stories from Dateline, Insight, The Feed and NITV on their websites and various social media platforms. 

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