Europe is changing the internet again. Lawmakers have approved a sweeping overhaul of copyright rules, dealing a blow to major tech companies that argued the changes will be costly and limit free expression.
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A Colorado college hosted a Native American activist Wednesday to discuss the idea that nature and “Mother Earth” should be given rights, allowing the Earth to also be given legal protection.