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EU parliament committee approves copyright reforms for internet platforms

Wednesday 20 June 2018 | 13:57 CET | News

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The EU's proposed copyright reform has passed a key hurdle with the European Parliament's Legal Affairs Committee approving the draft legislation. The committee also agreed to open negotiations with the European Commission and Council of the EU on a final version of the new law that aims to update copyright law for the growing consumption of online media. 

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