EU Parliament's OK of Online Copyright Rules Fuels Dissent


The European Parliament plenary has adopted the “Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market” by a vote of 348-274 with 36 abstentions. Member states will have two years to adopt the directive’s rules under their national laws. The directive will require certain online platforms to establish licensing agreements with rights holders, such as music or film producers, for the use of music, videos or other copyright-protected content. In the absence of license agreements, the platforms will have to “make their best efforts.”
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