Major foreign movie studios are pushing Japan to implement Internet censorship. They are using every talking point in the book to make it happen.
With Internet censorship becoming a failed policy in Australia, the government is proposing even more Internet censorship.
After nearly four years of corporations abusing the notice-and-notice system in Canada, the Canadian government is moving to put this abuse to an end.
The head of YouTube is joining the massive opposition and condemning article 13 as a threat to free speech.
There’s been some movement on the Article 11 and Article 13 file. Italy is now voicing opposition to the directives.
In a big victory for digital rights, Canadian regulator, the CRTC, has rejected the Bell coalition proposal to censor the Internet.
It is being rebranded as the USMCA, but the substance is now being analyzed. It seems that reviews are mixed on the copyright side of things.
Another critical aspect of the recent court ruling is that ISPs can demand compensation for handling notices of infringement.
A recent Supreme Court of Canada ruling could have major implications for any potential file-sharing cases in the future.
While some may look at the European copyright debate as an artist vs tech debate, some voices are casting doubt on that perspective.