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Singapore residents may be able to gamble online legally by the end of October, the Straits Times has reported. 19 Sep 2016
Research bodies are to be given new rights to extract and reproduce copyright material from publications, datasets and other content they already have lawful access to under a reformed EU copyright framework. 15 Sep 2016
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Posting a clickable link to a work that has been illegally published on the internet is a 'communication with the public', the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has said. 12 Sep 2016
Public interest research bodies could win new rights to scour text and data produced by others using sophisticated software, according to leaked proposals under consideration by EU policy makers. 26 Aug 2016
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