Canada’s news publishers are braced for an aggressive response to their government’s plan to make Google and Meta pay for news content.

Justin Trudeau’s government laid out the details of its Online News Act last month. Canada now looks set to become the second country (after Australia) to introduce legislation that effectively forces the Duopoly to pay publishers for their content.

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