The European Parliament has decided in a vote not to begin negotiations with the European Council and the European Commission on the final wording of the European Union Copyright Directive.
- Rather than rubber-stamp the text approved in June by the European Parliament Legal Affairs Committee, the directive will be pored over at the next plenary session, scheduled for September.
Features and Benefits
- Details the vote by the European Parliament on the Copyright Directive.
- Explains why the MEPs voted the way they did and explains what happens now.
Key questions answered
- Why were rights holders so upset by the Copyright Directive vote in the European Parliament?
- What will happen to the Copyright Directive now?
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