The way music, memes and news articles are shared online could be affected by a controversial vote in the European Parliament to overhaul copyright law.
The European Parliament has voted in favour of new copyright rules that could shake up the way internet companies use media, books, music and other content posted online.
Songs performed by The Beatles at their first concert in the United States have been at the centre of copyright litigation in a London court more than 54 years on.
As a copyright law that threatened memes and other other shared content online was rejected by MEPs, Twitter users celebrated in the most appropriate way.
MEPs are to decide whether to continue with a new EU copyright law which would affect content shared online.