European Rights Holders Call for ‘Urgent’ Changes Over Watered Down Copyright Reforms

With just days to go before the European Parliament meets to conduct its final negotiations on copyright reform, a consortium of trade bodies and rights holder organizations published an open letter on Thursday (Jan. 17) warning that the draft legislation requires “urgent” and “substantial” improvements. International music body IFPI and European indie label trade group IMPALA are among the signatories of the letter

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