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News companies ask Competition Bureau to look at Meta news-blocking

Briefs | 08/08/2023 12:40 pm EDT
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A group of news organizations have filed an application with the Competition Bureau over Meta Platforms Inc.’s decision to block Canadian news feeds from Facebook and Instagram. The Meta move comes in response to the passage of the Online Streaming Act.

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