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European Parliament rejects draft copyright reform, new vote planned for Sept

Thursday 5 July 2018 | 12:23 CET | News
The European Parliament has rejected the proposed copyright reform approved by its Legal Affairs Committee. As a result, the legislation will be amended further before negotiations can start with the Council and Commission on a final text of the new directive. 

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