YouTube condemns Article 13 ahead of EU Copyright Directive vote
YouTube has published a blog slamming Article 13 of the EU Digital Single Market Copyright Directive. It is unclear how the website would handle the provision making it directly liable for copyright infringement
YouTube has voiced its stance on the argument on the EU’s Digital Single Market Copyright Directive ahead of the vote on the proposed legislation in the EU Parliament on September 12.
The platform’s chief business officer Robert Kyncl said...
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