The EU Parliament just passed versions of the most contested articles of the new Copyright Reform proposal: Article 11 on ‘link tax’ and Article 13 which will enable censorship machines. Axel Voss (CDU, EPP), the rapporteur of the controversial proposal and its biggest supporter, clapped his hands and celebrated once the final votes were in on the new Copyright Reform today at the European Parliament. “Heartfelt thanks to everyone for the job we’ve done together. This is a great sign for the creative industries in Europe,” said Voss after the vote. An opposing member of European Parliament (MEP) stood up…

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