No one could argue with the principle of rights protection, but two needless addendums to the EU’s proposed copyright rules are going way too far

No one could argue with the principle of rights protection, but two needless addendums to the EU’s proposed copyright rules are going way too far
Eleanor McEvoy, chair of the Irish Music Rights Organisation (Imro)

It was supposed to be one of the most boring directives ever passed by the European Union. Now it looks like the copyright regulations going through the European Parliament could spell disaster for all citizens.

It was supposed to be one of the most boring directives ever passed by the European Union. Now it looks like the copyright regulations going through the European Parliament could spell disaster for all citizens.

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