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Mozilla trolls the EU’s nonsensical copyright laws with classic memes

The European Commission’s recently proposed digital copyright reforms [PDF] have not been well received on the tech scene, and the latest company to protest the EU’s nonsensical decision-making is Mozilla. Deeming the proposed laws “outdated” and potentially harmful to people and businesses, The Firefox-maker has launched a new campaign to battle the suggested reforms – and it’s taking an interesting approach.
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