|MEPs reject controversial copyright law|
|By special contributor Adurbe on 2018-07-06 22:23:18|
A controversial overhaul of the EU's copyright law that sparked a fierce debate between internet giants and content creators has been rejected.
The proposed rules would have put more responsibility on websites to check for copyright infringements, and forced platforms to pay for linking to news.
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