Controversial EU copyright reforms Articles 11 and 13 move one step closer

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MEPs will vote on the final version of the EU Copyright Directive in March
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MEPs will vote on the final version of the EU Copyright Directive in March

Zoey Forbes looks at how the draft EU Copyright Directive has been tweaked after lobbying from the tech industry and rightsholders

EU negotiators have finally reached a political agreement on the text of the new European Copyright Directive, moving the controversial reform one step closer to becoming law. This is a significant milestone...

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