Bill C-18 lobbyists claimed that Meta dropping news links would spell doom for the company. Today’s stock prices begs to differ.
If you thought the media would have few reasons to lie about the Online News Act after it passed, you would be mistaken.
The Online News Act has come into force. By almost every account, the new law has been a failure.
Another so-called “journalist” is throwing yet another temper tantrum at Meta, saying that she doesn’t need Meta anyway.
The Canadian media is still trying to find new ways of spinning the Online News Act to make Facebook look as bad as possible.
The Canadian government appears to have dropped the begging effort. They have started demanding Meta be “regulated” under the Online News Act.
The link tax history of Spain has officially been repeated in Canada. The government is begging Meta to please come back.
Documents are showing small media outlets have been begging for their lives in light of the Online News Act.
The Online News Act is continuing to rip apart news outlets. Some have spoken out – to varying degrees of awareness of what is going
The National Crime Agency director, Graeme Biggar, apparently had a massive anti-encryption rant following the passage the Online Safety Act.