As stated in the title, will Brexit be able to prevent Britain from being affected by Article 13? This question comes in light of Article 13 recently passing.
For the purposes of this question, I am referring to Brexit passing, given Theresa May's most recently proposed deal. (If that's off the table, assume no deal.)
I understand that Brexit has not occurred yet, but given the unstable situation of Britain being in the EU, will anyone bother to start Article 13 regulations there? It seems silly that someone would go through the trouble of trying to enforce Article 13 only to back out of it a short time later.
If Britain is indeed immune to Article 13 now, would it be advantageous for other countries to leave the EU for immunity to its effects as well?