Ten MEPs say they voted against pivotal EU copyright amendment by accident

The legislation was approved by the EU Parliament yesterday, with 348 MEPs voting in favor and 274 against. But a last-minute amendment that would have let MEPs take a further vote on the inclusion of Articles 11 and 13 — the most criticized parts of the law, known as the “link tax” and “upload filter,” respectively — was rejected by just five votes.

Source: Ten European lawmakers say they voted against pivotal copyright amendment by accident

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