The European Parliament’s vote last week (September 12) for the EU’s new Copyright Directive was hailed as “a great day for Europe’s creators”. But the message from the UK music industry was clear: the campaign is far from over yet.
The decision by MEPs to accept the directive, including the controversial Article 13 – which will make internet platforms police or license copyrighted material in user-generated content – was broadly welcomed by artists, labels and publishers. But several of the ...
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