Out of Left Field

EU law on copyright reform poses existential threat to open Internet

Author and activist Cory Doctorow discusses its implications in Canada and around the world
Out of Left Field
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Why do new EU copyright reform laws pose an existential threat to the free and open Internet as we know it? On this week's episode of the Out of Left Field podcast, author and activist Cory Doctorow joins the gang to discuss the terrifying details of the new copyright reform recently passed by the European Parliament.

Plus: the so-called link tax, upload filters and the fallout we can expect to see from the reforms in Europe and across the globe.

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