- Oct 9, 2009
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European Union lawmakers voted on Wednesday to force Google, Facebook <FB.O > and other technology firms to share more revenues with European media, publishers and other content creators in a shake-up of copyright rules.
The EU has voted on copyright reform, with members of European Parliament this time voting in favor of the extremely controversial Articles 11 and 13. The 438 to 226 vote, described as "the worst possible outcome" by some quarters, could have significant repercussions on the way we use the...
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: While the European Union voted this week to pass its widely-criticized new Copyright Directive, activists and members of European Parliament say there's still a chance of keeping the EU from fully implementing the worst parts of the troubling...