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Google says Canada pursuing unique approach to news compensation

News | 02/23/2022 5:55 pm EST
Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez speaks with reporters in Ottawa on May 13, 2019./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

Canada’s pending news media compensation legislation is based on key objectives and principles that Alphabet Inc.’s Google says is important when working with governments  to create thoughtful internet regulations concerning platforms, something which the search engine has “not seen elsewhere,” according to its vice-president of news.

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