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FFII e.V. Oct 7
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HelgaTruepel Oct 7
Replying to @FFII @josebove and 7 others
No, no upload filters in the text. Art 13 is fighting the value gap. Platforms should license, no so called censorship machine, for a free and fair internet
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Vrijschrift Oct 7
Second, paragraph 2a explicitly says rights holders do not have to conclude licensing agreements. In that case internet platforms have to "ensure that unauthorised protected works or other subject matter are not available on their services".
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HelgaTruepel Oct 7
Replying to @Vrijschrift @FFII and 8 others
If they license there is no problem
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Vrijschrift Oct 7
Art 13 paragraph 2a says rights holders do not have to conclude licensing agreements. In that case internet platforms have to "ensure that unauthorised protected works or other subject matter are not available on their services".
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HelgaTruepel Oct 7
Replying to @Vrijschrift @FFII and 8 others
Yes, but not necessarily by using upload filters
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JeWe Oct 9
I haven't heard of any practicable and realistic alternatives to yet, but I'm looking forward to being corrected. But so far I found the following article quite helpful:
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HelgaTruepel Oct 9
You don‘t have to use upload filters, humans can decide to put down unauthorized content
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Vrijschrift Oct 9
Notice and take down is the current system. Under article 13 platforms are liable for users' uploads and have to "ensure that unauthorised protected works or other subject matter are not available on their services". Ex ante.
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HelgaTruepel Oct 9
Therefore they should license in cooperation with collective management organizations, CMOs. That is the purpose of Art.13. If they don’t want to pay authors they shouldn’t show their content.
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Vrijschrift Oct 9
You go in circles. We already discussed, and you agreed, that under article 13 par 2a rights holders do not have to grant a license.
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HelgaTruepel Oct 9
But if there is no license, than. there is no permission to let the unauthorized content being uploaded. The aim is to remunerate authors for their work if they want it.
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Vrijschrift Oct 9
Indeed. If the rights holders do not grant a licence, platforms have to filter. With false positives, harming freedom of expression, and harming the infrastructure of independent artists.
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HelgaTruepel
Don’t you want to pay authors for their work or don’t you want to respect their moral rights?
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FFII e.V. Oct 11
On the contrary. The FFII wrote about human rights-based compulsory licenses with just remuneration in the digital field. This solution doesn't have the issues article 13 has. See:
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