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The EU Commission’s amendments to Regulation 2016/0284: A compromise too far?

Almost a year and a half ago, the European Commission (‘Commission’) launched its ‘Copyright Package,’ a raft of proposed copyright reforms to further its aim of creating a fully functioning Digital Single Market (‘DSM’), where (among other things) digital content is able to flow freely from one Member State to another1. In this article, Rebecca Swindells, Partner at Jones Day, comments on how, since the initial publication of the proposed reforms, the Commission has substantially amended its proposed reforms and taken a less draconian stance in respect of digital copyright, whose very nature of territoriality is at odds with a barrier-free single market.

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