European Parliament Approves Controversial Copyright Law

The European Parliament on Tuesday approved a controversial new law that could fundamentally change the way EU citizens, content creators and online platforms use the Internet.

The European Union copyright directive will overhaul copyright law in Europe, updating legislation for the Internet age. The legislation —some five years in the making — passed Tuesday with a vote of 348 votes for and 274 against at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France.

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