Google and Canada strike deal to keep news stories in search results

Google and Canada have reportedly reached an agreement to maintain news stories in search results. As part of this deal, Google will pay 100 million Canadian dollars annually to news publishers, as disclosed by media networks. This development follows concerns raised by the tech giant regarding Canada's online news law, which mandates internet firms to share ad revenue with news publishers. The Canadian Heritage Minister has stated that a collaborative path with Google has been established to facilitate the implementation of the Online News Act.


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