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German parliament approves reform of copyright law

Friday 21 May 2021 | 10:05 CET | News
The Bundestag, the German parliament, has approved the reform of the copyright law to adapt it to the requirements of the digital single market as prescribed in the EU Directive 2019/790. The Union coalition of CDU/CSU and the SPD voted in favour of the reform, while the right-wing party AfD, the liberal party FDP and the left-wing party Die Linke against it, and the Greens abstained.

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