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How a new EU copyright law could weaken privacy and free speech

Earlier this month, the European Parliament gave its approval to the latest version of the EU Copyright Directive, an update to the 2001 law of the same name. The directive was first formally proposed by the European Commission a couple years back, and now it’s entering its final stages, with parliamentary approval opening the way for “trilogue” negotiations between member states and the EU institutions.

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