Article 17 has been a long running threat to free speech in Europe. The hope to get an annulment recommendation wound up being unsuccessful.
The EU government has concluded it’s third phase of consultations in implementing Article 17. Some worry that copyright cannot be fixed.
Europe is holding hearings about the implementation of Article 17 (censorship machines). Digital rights organizations are pushing for rights.
In this sixth episode of the Freezenet official podcast, we check out the news and reviews for the month of April. Arrest that Journalist!
European countries have voted in favour of passing article 17 and article 11. The development sinks citizens latest efforts to save the internet.
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The German Justice Minister, Katarina Barley, is recommending that the German government adopt the copyright directive. She suggests small platforms get a rejected blanket license
While the laws may have been passed, digital rights advocates are not giving up the right to free speech so easily.
Germany has said that it will create a blanket license for the Internet. Unfortunately, EU officials have quickly struck that down, demanding filters.
Three days in and European’s are taking this tragedy back to the political realm. First step: analyzing the vote breakdown.