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Industry group attacks EU plans to overhaul copyright enforcement law

By Jennifer Baker | IDG News Service | Published 11:30, 15 April 13

ISPs could be forced to filter content, warns an electronic-communications industry group

Monica Horten, visiting fellow at the London School of Economics, agreed. "All of the questions are addressed to rights-holders and ask only for their viewpoint. There is no place for non-rights-holders, who could be ISPs, to write a response," she said in an online opinion piece.

Article also  reproduced on  The 1709 Copyright blog.


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