The Journalism Competition and Preservation Act of 2018, which would “let news publishers use collective leverage with the tech companies that capture much of digital advertising money”, was introduced in the House.  Also, a number of technology companies sued the F.C.C. over its repeal of the net neutrality rules, and the International Authors Forum wrote to the Canadian government expressing concern over Canada’s copyright laws, saying the extension of the “fair dealing” principle to permit educational uses of work “has created an unjust copyright imbalance for Canadian authors”.