Should government pass legislation that affects how you consume news stories on social media?

Under Bill C-18, Meta (Facebook), Google and other social media are required to pay mainstream media organizations for news stories and links posted to their platforms. In response, Facebook is […]
Published on September 1, 2023

Under Bill C-18, Meta (Facebook), Google and other social media are required to pay mainstream media organizations for news stories and links posted to their platforms. In response, Facebook is no longer allowing news posts in Canada. Google is still negotiating.

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