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EFF Jun 18
Replying to @EFF
The vote is close. Undecided members of the European Parliament’s JURI committee are deciding now on and : Will they vote on Wednesday to break the Net? Or reject both articles, and stand up for free expression, creativity, and privacy? /4
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EFF Jun 18
Replying to @EFF
Open science advocates and major organisations from the library, research, education, and digital rights community have warned that Article 11 “poses a significant threat to an informed and literate society.” /5
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EFF Jun 18
Replying to @mady_delvaux
, will you vote to protect open access and open science, and reject ’s ancillary right? /6
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EFF Jun 18
Replying to @EFF
The EU Commission insists isn’t a . But what else would you call it when a publisher controls even the use of small snippets of news text surrounding a hyperlink to the original article? /7
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EFF Jun 18
Replying to @EFF
Small publishers have said that will have a negative impact on authors and journalists, consumers and citizens, as well as small news publishers. /8
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EFF Jun 18
Replying to @1PavelSvoboda
, will you vote to protect the fundamental nature of the European (and global) Internet by voting against ? Let everyone continue linking to and discussing the news online! /9
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EFF Jun 18
Replying to @creativecommons
The practical effect of would be to make it impossible for a news publisher to publish their stories for free use, for example by using a license—and to prevent the online reuse of news content. /10
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EFF Jun 18
Replying to @Jbergeronmep
, when a similar proposal was passed in Spain, it resulted in the closure of online news portals, and a reduction in traffic to news publishers. Will you vote to stop a new link tax that’s both unnecessary and harmful? /11
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EFF Jun 18
Replying to @EFF
If it’s even possible, would have an even greater impact on the global Internet. Over 70 Internet and computing luminaries have told the EU: "For the sake of the Internet’s future, we urge you to vote for the deletion of this proposal." /12
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EFF Jun 18
Replying to @Emil_Radev
last week we sent you a letter containing that important message from these leaders of the Internet, warning about . Will you heed their advice and vote against ? /13
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EFF
The inventor of the World Wide Web, the co-founder of Wikipedia, and the founder of the Internet Archive agree: "Article 13 takes an unprecedented step towards the transformation of the Internet...into a tool for the automated surveillance and control of its users." /14
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EFF Jun 18
Replying to @MCBoutonnetFN
, will you vote to protect the speech of French internet users from corporate surveillance and censorship, by voting against ? /15
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EFF Jun 18
Replying to @davidakaye
The UN's senior expert on free expression, , warns the EU that the copyright censorship provisions of violate international law. /16
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EFF Jun 18
Replying to @rohde_jens
, will you vote against a potential violation of international law—a censorship provision that endangers free expression, according to the UN’s expert? /17
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EFF Jun 18
Replying to @edri @FrancisZD
agreed that upload filters like these endanger freedom of expression. , will you vote to protect freedom of expression? /18
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EFF Jun 18
Replying to @EFF
is fundamentally incompatible with projects that present & preserve records of noteworthy controversies—from Wikipedia to the Internet Archive—who agree that ’s would impair free knowledge on the Internet. /19
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EFF Jun 18
Replying to @KaufmannSylvia
, will you vote to protect knowledge and innovation, by voting against ? /20
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EFF Jun 18
Replying to @EFF
Reddit and other online platforms have come out against , warning that it will likely lead to “the effective shutdown of user-generated content platforms in Europe.” /21
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EFF Jun 18
Replying to @SHKMEP
, will you vote to protect the free and open Internet, and vote against and ? /22
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EFF Jun 18
Replying to @EFF
Other Articles in this proposal help promote competition and innovation online. But and are poorly drafted, unworkable—and dangerous. The collateral damage they will impose on every realm of public life can't be overstated. /23
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