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European Parliament approves amended copyright reform

Wednesday 12 September 2018 | 13:19 CET | News
The European Parliament has approved an amended proposal to reform EU copyright law, after MEPs softened the controversial upload filter rules in the text. The proposal will now go to a so-called trilogue to reach a compromise with alternative texts supported by the European Commission and Council before it becomes law.

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