The EU’s new copyright rules, designed to bring clarity to rights holders and platforms in the digital age, are still fraught with uncertainty, according to lawyers in Europe and the US.
The 28 countries of the EU agreed to new copyright rules in April after 18 months of tough negotiations among themselves and with European lawmakers.
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