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Google amplifies its messaging around C-18 through commissioned poll 

News | 10/14/2022 5:18 pm EDT
Google's search engine logo celebrating the 140th anniversary of the RCMP in May 2013./ Image via Google.

A survey commissioned by Alphabet Inc.’s Google Canada found that most Canadians are unfamiliar with the provisions set out in Canada’s News Compensation Act, but when presented with Google’s concerns over the bill, they agree with the web giant.

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