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In the words of Julia Reda, MEP for the German Pirate party:

[On January 18, 2019, the European] Council firmly rejected the negotiating mandate that was supposed to set out Member States’ position ahead of what was supposed to be the final negotiation round with the European Parliament, Politico reports. National governments failed to agree on a common position on the two most controversial articles, Article 11, also known as the Link Tax, and Article 13, which would require online platforms to use upload filters in an attempt to prevent copyright infringement before it happens.

So for the moment the proposal on copyright reform isn’t going anywhere. This is not the end of the battle, however. But in the mean time, many thanks to Julia and to all of the people who helped to increase the pressure on the European politicians. Stay alert, and let’s keep fighting bad legislation!

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