EU’s Kroes says Europe’s copyright laws are outdated

[IDG] Copyright laws are holding back potentially life-saving research, the European Union’s top digital lawmaker said on Monday.Digital Agenda Commissioner Neelie Kroes was speaking at the 2012 Intellectual Property and Innovation Summit in Brussels. She also said E.U. copyright laws are out of date and have failed to keep up with the rapid pace of changing technology.

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