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Google defends restricting access, calls for changes to C-18

News | 04/21/2023 5:08 pm EDT
Google's campus in Mountain View, California./ Photo via Wikipedia.

Senior executives of Alphabet Inc.’s Google appeared before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage Thursday to discuss the Online News Act, Bill C-18. They defended a test which restricted access to news feeds and called for the establishment of a journalism fund to pay eligible news organizations.

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