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New bill to force Big Tech to compensate publishers to be ‘more transparent’ than Australian model: Source

MONTREAL — A new Canadian bill that will compel Big Tech companies to pay news publishers for their content will be “more transparent” than the Australian law that inspired it, and will force companies to offer “fair compensation,” uphold freedom of expression and sign deals with a range of news outlets, The Logic has learned.

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