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Trudeau slams Facebook for blocking Canada wildfire news

Law requires tech giants to pay publishers for linking to, repurposing content online

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau slammed Meta, the parent company to Facebook and Instagram, for blocking news content in Canada on its platforms in response to a new law that requires tech giants to pay publishers for linking to or repurposing their content online. (Audra Anderson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Rob Gillies Associated Press
TORONTO — Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accused Facebook on Monday, Aug. 21, of putting p

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