The European Union has finally reached an agreement on how to rewrite its two-decade-old copyright laws after intense two-year negotiations.
Aiming to ensure a level playing field between its creatives and tech giants, European Parliament deputies and negotiators from the EU, along with the European Commission, have reached an agreement after three days of closed-door negotiations in Strasbourg.

The agreement that has been reached could mean higher revenue for publishers, broadcasters, and a...

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