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Google promises to restore access to news at lively committee meeting

News | 03/10/2023 5:11 pm EST
Google's search engine logo celebrating the 140th anniversary of the RCMP in May 2013 (Image via Google).

Alphabet Inc.’s Google will stop limiting consumer access to news links on Mar. 16, company executives told the House of Commons Canadian Heritage Committee Friday. Two members of the Canadian leadership team of the tech giant appeared at a fractious session of the panel. The committee had requested that more members of the executive team, including some from the United States, show up.

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