European Union: EU Parliament Approves New Copyright Rules For The Internet - Foley Hoag LLP
Thursday, 11 April 2019 () We had been following on this blog the heated debates around the proposed EU Copyright Directive. These debates now belong to history since on March 27, 2019, the European parliament adopted
British Prime Minister Theresa May acknowledges there was "huge frustration" that she had to request a second delay to Brexit from the European Union, urging parliament to finally support her Brexit deal. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
Whistleblowers across the European Union have won greater protection under landmark legislation aimed at encouraging reports of wrongdoing. The new law, approved by the European Parliament on Tuesday,..
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Countries in the European Union have approved a refresh of copyright law approved by the European Parliament in March, including the controversial "Article 13"... AppleInsider Also reported by •engadget •Billboard.com