Ahead of a crucial vote on Article 13 in Europe, it seems that YouTube has already begun blocking perfectly legal channels on its site.
The United Nations has condemned the European copyright proposal article 13. It is blasting the proposal as a threat to free speech.
Innovators and creators have filed a joint letter opposing Europe’s infamous Article 13 copyright proposal.
A critical vote is coming and digital rights advocates are trying to build momentum to defeat Article 13 (AKA the Censorship Machine).
Europe’s privacy laws, the GDPR is in force. While you might think privacy advocates would be happy, reaction seems to be a bit more divided.
European digital rights activists are renewing calls to fight the “censorship machine”. It is also known as the upload filter.
Reports are surfacing that there is another trade agreement that is currently being negotiated: JEFTA (EU-Japan Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement). The trade agreement is between Europe and Japan.
Roughly half of the entire TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) was recently leaked and published for all to see.
Earlier, German judges ruled that Investor State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) provisions are illegal. The provisions, as brought forth by the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), would create a whole new court system that would allow multinational corporations to sue countries for getting in the way of profits or future profits. Now, the EU Commission […]
Content filtering and calls to break encryption for governments around the world have been growing in recent weeks. Now, in the midst of increased rhetoric to allow governments to attack internet infrastructure, one analysis shows that the idea of filtering the Internet in Europe could be illegal.