New EU copyright rules could 'destroy the internet'

Tom Allen
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The new rules will affect all companies doing business in Europe
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The new rules will affect all companies doing business in Europe

EU proposals might ban memes and link previews

New rules approved by the European JURI committee could fundamentally alter the way that people use the internet, campaigners have warned. Article 11 and Article 13 are designed to protect copyright...

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