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Canada, Google reach agreement to resolve online news law dispute

  • Google and the Canadian government have reached an agreement for the implementation of the Online News Act, which requires tech giants to pay news publishers for their content on Google sites.
  • The agreement involves annual payments from Google to Canadian news companies, estimated to be around $100 million, in return for allowing Canadian news to remain on Google platforms.
  • Meta Platforms, another internet giant targeted by the law, has already blocked news sharing on Facebook and Instagram in response to the legislation.
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