MEPs approve copyright changes that could affect use of memes

A committee of MEPs has approved changes to European copyright law that could dramatically affect how recruiters market their business through memes on social media.

Earlier this month, Recruiter reported on proposed rules contained in Article 13 of the Copyright Directive that demand platforms ‘take measures to ensure the functioning of agreements concluded with rights-holders for the use...

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