European Parliament gets disruptive and passes new Copyright Directive

Kirstine's bookmarks 2018-10-20


Enough talk, the European Parliament has finally done something. They have just passed the much-debated Copyright Directive – the EU’s attempt to bring copyright law into the modern online era with a “link tax” and an “upload filter.” The Directive could dramatically alter the way you search for information and share pictures. Depending on how the Directive is applied in the various member states, this could make the upheaval from GDPR seem like a walk in the park.


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Tags: oa.germany oa.copyright oa.licensing oa.legislation oa.debates oa.boycotts oa.libre

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10/20/2018, 14:26

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10/20/2018, 10:26