The fight to save the internet in Europe continues. Pressure is causing article 11 and article 13 to be delayed.
The European government has pushed a Q&A piece aimed at denying the contents of article 11 and article 13. Digital rights advocates have busted it.
Article 11 and Article 13 is approaching the finish line in Europe. The EFF is urging European’s to stop it before it’s too late.
Europe’s controversial article 11 (link tax) and article 13 (censorship machines) have now been delayed for the rest of the year.
A petition against Europe’s Article 11 and Article 13 is continuing to grow. It has now reached nearly 4 million signatures.
Article 11 and Article 13 are currently in “Trilogue” meetings. Leaks suggest that the EU’s copyright proposal haven’t changed much.
Article 11 (AKA the Link Tax) is currently receiving amendments. One Amendment could mean the death of Creative Commons.
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.
An MEP who voted for the copyright laws that critics say would break the Internet is now expressing shock over what he voted “yes” to.