New laws that threatened to tear the internet apart have been sent back to the drawing board in Europe

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The European Parliament has voted overwhelmingly to reject sweeping reforms to copyright laws that threatened to tear the internet apart.

The proposals, which could have required the likes of Reddit to filter content and forced a so-called “link tax” on firms including Google, have been sent back to the drawing board.

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