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Google, Meta fight with Canada over law forcing them to pay for news

Comment on this storyComments TORONTO — When Google opened a new office in Kitchener, Ontario, in 2016, it welcomed a special guest. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who months earlier swept to power in a campaign that leveraged digital tools, praised the tech giant for “always” working “very, very hard not just to be a good […]

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Biden urges new laws to curb gun access after string of shootings | Gun Violence News

United States President Joe Biden has urged lawmakers to act after a series of shootings in major cities killed at least 10 people, underscoring the country’s ongoing struggle with gun violence. In a White House statement released on Tuesday, Biden called on Republican legislators to join him in putting forward “commonsense reforms”, including a ban

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Debt ceiling deal: What are the next steps to pass the agreement into law? -National

After weeks of negotiations, US President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy have announced an “agreement in principle” to raise the nation’s debt ceiling and avoid a potentially catastrophic default. The agreement includes spending cuts demanded by Republicans, but it is short of the reductions in the sweeping legislation passed by the Republican-led House

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Pakistan election panel seeks change in law guiding its powers | Elections News

In a letter to parliament, ECP chief says ‘judicial overbearing’ has ‘diluted the writ’ of the panel in holding free and fair elections. Islamabad, Pakistan – Pakistan’s election panel is seeking a legislative amendment to remove the president’s role in deciding the dates for general polls amid a continuing political crisis in the country. Sikandar

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Center sets up committee to prepare draft digital competition law

The Center has ordered setting up a committee that will review whether existing antitrust laws in the country are equipped to deal with the challenges that have emerged from the digital economy, and submit to the government a draft Digital Competition Act within three months. The move comes amid increased regulatory antitrust-related scrutiny over big

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