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YouTube has called on creators to lobby the national governments of EU member states in order to mitigate what it sees as the worst components of the recently passed EU Copyright Directive.
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Susan Wojcicki, YouTube, EU Copyright Directive, article 17, article 13, content filters, online copyright infringement