EU copyright law moves forward, Google's AMP ready for Gmail debut
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The European Parliament has approved a new set of copyright rules designed to favor artists and content producers, though they've also been interpreted as a threat to basic artistic freedoms.
Essentially, Article 13 makes Internet platforms like Facebook and YouTube responsible for copywritten material on their site.
The first pass of the rules has passed.
But now it's time for the approval of the actual text.
Google is ready to bring it's AMP technology to Gmail, now that a year of testing has concluded.
AMP will let users do more from within an email.
From interacting with Google Docs, to filling out forms without the need to switch tabs.
App enable emails [INAUDIBLE] outside of Gmail too, but don't expect for mobile compatibility just yet.
And finally the international trade commission, has wooed the Apples iPhone in fringe [INAUDIBLE] but at the same time a second review found that [INAUDIBLE] valid.
The takeaway is that an US trade judge will recommend an import ban on certain iPhones.
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