Europe’s controversial article 11 (link tax) and article 13 (censorship machines) have now been delayed for the rest of the year.
Notice-and-Takedown has been widely known as a disastrous policy in the US. Now, the Canadian Bar Association is saying Canada should follow suit.
An open letter says that the film industry has abandoned support of Europe’s Article 13 – because it supports tech companies too much.
Major media conglomerates are changing tactics when it comes to pushing for the censorship machine. They now say it’s all about YouTube payouts.
It’s the beginning of something new! This is the first episode of the official Freezenet podcast for November 2018.
Australian lawmakers have moved the expansion on Internet censorship forward. This in spite of a lack of evidence that such an expansion is even needed.
Opposition towards Australia’s Internet censorship plans is growing. Google has said they are opposed to the ramping up of censorship.
Article 11 and Article 13 are currently in “Trilogue” meetings. Leaks suggest that the EU’s copyright proposal haven’t changed much.
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.