CCIA Submits Comments On Copyright Directive To EU Institutions

BY Heather Greenfield
November 20, 2018

Brussels, BELGIUM — CCIA and trade associations from across the EU submitted comments on the copyright Directive proposal to EU institutions, to highlight some key nuances, which we believe should be taken into account for any final compromise text to be workable in practice. The joint letter asks that publishers be able to chose whether their content is indexed and asks for options to address additional liabilities created by the Directive.

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