EU member states approve Copyright Directive

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New copyright reform binds online platforms to sign licensing agreements with artists, musicians, news publishers, and authors. Image via Pixabay
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New copyright reform binds online platforms to sign licensing agreements with artists, musicians, news publishers, and authors. Image via Pixabay

The proposed Copyright Directive was supported by 19 EU member states, including Germany and France

Member countries of the European Union have finally approved the controversial Copyright Directive. The legislation was passed by the EU Parliament last month, and was formally approved by the Council...

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