After a long and arduous process, the pivotal moment for EU‘s controversial Copyright Reform has arrived. On September 12, the 751 members of the European Parliament (MEPs) will have a final decisive vote on the hotly debated reform, cementing the Parliament’s position before opening negotiations with national governments. The Copyright Reform already passed in committee back in June, but opponents of the new legislation managed to push for a plenary, which allows all MEPs to weigh in, instead of only a 25 person committee. TNW recently spoke to lovers and haters of the Copyright Reform in-depth, but the controversy of…

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