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Bill C-18, or the Online News Act, is legislation that would force tech companies such as Google and Meta to strike deals with news organizations for posting or linking their content. The bill became law on June 22 and is expected to take effect by the end of 2023

How we can move forward, now that the divisive Bill C-18 is law
Taylor Owen and Supriya Dwivedi
Google and Facebook act tough in Bill C-18 standoff because they are desperate
Dylan Freeman-Grist
Newsrooms don’t need the CRTC’s eye
The Editorial Board
The Online News Act may seem questionable, but how else can we protect the independence of news?
Gus Carlson
Artificial intelligence makes Bill C-18, Canada’s Online News Act, already outdated
Michael Geist