Details concerning modifications to copyright guidelines have been launched by authorities departments at this time.
Britons might be prevented from accessing their Spotify, Netflix and different on-line leisure accounts when travelling throughout the EU below a No Deal Brexit, The Evening Standard experiences.
Government departments have at this time (October 12) launched paperwork revealing particulars their preparations for what would occur within the occasion a ‘No Deal’. One such doc means that the modifications to copyright regulation would forestall UK nationals from accessing on-line leisure when travelling to EU states.
The paperwork have additionally revealed that the UK will lose free commerce agreements with over 70 non-EU international locations if it leaves with out a deal early subsequent yr. The Department for International Trade has mentioned that it’s looking for to forge new offers with these international locations that are “similar or considerably the identical”.
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