Ricky finds out what's going on at Google
You may be used to getting your news or celebrity gossip online for free.
But from now on, if you use the search engine Google to find stories, you may have to pay to go onto some of the news websites it sends you to.
If you click on more than five articles in a day, you now may directed to a page asking for payment.
The system's being changed because some newspaper bosses want to stop their stories being free to read online, as they say they're losing money.
More and more newspapers could start charging anyone who wants to read articles on their websites.
But news providers like Newsround and the rest of the BBC will keep their news free.