EU set for 70-year copyright term
The Copyright Term Extension Directive, which would extend protection for sound recordings to 70 years across the EU, could be passed by the European Council on Monday
The issue is being discussed by Coreper, made up of permanent representatives of member states to the EU, during its meeting today.
If passed, the proposal could be rubber-stamped by the Council at a meeting on Monday, said European...
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