EU lawmakers will have a month to re-craft complicated digital rules with a massive impact on the future of the internet.
- Joanna Plucinska
Europe’s war over internet copyright rules isn’t over. It’s just entering a new — and potentially more brutal — phase.
The European Parliament voted Thursday to take the EU’s proposed overhaul of online copyright rules back to the drawing board, reopening talks on a controversial law that affects media, creative industries and internet giants.
If Europe’s copyright rules got enforced, Silicon Valley giants would be saddled overnight with vast new…