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Google, Facebook determined to stop news sharing should C-18 pass as currently drafted

News | 05/04/2023 11:23 am EDT
Google Canada counsel Jason Kee appears before the House of Commons industry committee Monday, Nov. 27, 2018. /photo via Parlvu

With Bill C-18, the Government’s plan to have news organizations negotiate rates of compensation with internet platforms, before the Senate for review, Alphabet Inc.‘s Google wants the bill to have more clearly articulated exemption criteria.

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