EU’s final Copyright Reform upholds disastrous upload filters

EU’s controversial Copyright Reform is only couple of months from becoming official EU law after the European Parliament and the Council agreed on the final text last night. Opponents of the finalized version are putting their hopes on a final vote in Parliament in March or April to repeal the contested Articles 11 and 13. Agreement reached to modernise copyright rules. Freedoms enjoyed by internet users will be enhanced, creators better remunerated & internet economy will have clearer rules. It will strengthen creative sector.It will bring added value to EU citizens. — European Commission 🇪🇺 (@EU_Commission) February 13, 2019…

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