In a vote of 348 for and 274 against, members of the European Parliament on Tuesday, March 26, approved the Copyright Directive. The vote is being called a blow to the free internet.
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Internet memes and Wikipedia are saved, for now, thanks to Members of the European Parliament's vote to strike down a controversial copyright legislation. Parliament said that they will revisit the proposed bill in September.
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Who owns the rights to an image taken by a monkey? Although an agreement was reached between the photographer and PETA, the court says there are other issues to consider in the "monkey selfie" copyright case..
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Google said it altered Google Images due to its agreement with Getty Images. The View Image button no longer exists, nor will you find the Search by Image button. Thankfully, there is a Chrome extension that re-adds these buttons.
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