European lawmakers have dealt a crushing blow to free speech. They voted to pass the infamous article 13 legislation.
Ahead of a crucial vote on Article 13 in Europe, it seems that YouTube has already begun blocking perfectly legal channels on its site.
A European proposal (dubbed “E-Evidence”) that would allow the American government to potentially wiretap European citizens is receiving backlash.
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.
Major international trade agreements may have hit a huge snag. The European courts have ruled that corporations are not above the law.
The controversial upload filter in Europe, also referred to as the “censorship machine” is at the centre of fresh criticism.
There’s been some fallout over the Norway data breach. Accusations are surfacing that the breach may have violated European breach notification laws.