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EU lawmakers back preliminary deal on copyright reforms

Strasbourg - The European Commission kicked off the process two years ago in a bid to protect Europe’s cultural heritage and ensure publishers, broadcasters and artists receivet fair compensation from big online companies.

Strasbourg - EU lawmakers endorsed on Tuesday a preliminary deal on rewriting the bloc’s two-decade old copyright rules, which will force Google to pay publishers and artists for using their work online. The European Commission kicked off the process two years ago in a bid to protect Europe’s cultural heritage and ensure publishers, broadcasters and artists receivet fair compensation from big online companies.

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