Google warns Ottawa’s Online News Act would ‘break’ its search engine


Google is ramping up its opposition to the federal government’s Online News Act, warning the proposed new law would “break” its popular search engine.

Google Canada vice-president and managing director Sabrina Geremia released a detailed criticism of the bill Monday in an online post, stating the bill as currently drafted would likely make Canada’s news industry worse off and would hurt Canadians’ ability to find quality information.

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