Canada’s “Online News Act” wants social media companies to pay for shared news content

Earlier this week, a bill proposed by the Canadian Government to limit social media’s ability to rebroadcast Canadian-published news content received royal assent. The Online News Act, also known as C-18, proposes that social media giants Google and Meta are required to pay media outlets for any news content shared…

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