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AGAINST ARTICLE 13 Apr 2
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Anonymous 🍀 Apr 8
Bad news today: accepted by LIBE. Good news today: joined and now opposes the !
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Hollow Apr 9
Why are you still using and it's affiliated apps still? Addiction is a hard habit to kick. Kick it before it kicks you and
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Anonymous 🍀 Apr 4
The battle for the internet has only just begun. Join the revolution. Find out how you can help! Visit
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Nikias Bassen Mar 26
Can we please name and shame the politicians that voted for and ? Important for next EU elections. Obviously at least for Germany doesn't deserve a single vote (oh and never did).
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Christian Könen Mar 26
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Blonde_Phantom Apr 7
Replying to @EPP
The message from european citizens is clear - they want their internet unfiltered and a real copyright reform that benefits the real creators and includes a fair use
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Ola Telby Mar 28
Make Orwell ficion again.
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Dak ⚡ Mar 28
It's time for everyone to secure their privacy and the right to free speech on the internet. Don't let them silence you.
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yellowwinner Mar 26
So as a American web developer, how does Article 13/11 effect me at this point? Is it at the point where we need to block out the EU on a social media platform or is it still pending and isn't in effect yet?
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Farbenfieber Mar 26
I would say, fuck but this ugly ass of an old pile of shit isn't worth to fuck. Ich hoffe du trittst mit Socken in eine Pfütze.
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Dat Sun Glide Mar 31
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🥭 🦜 mangokakao Mar 26
I'm not very into politics on Twitter but: ~ I have this feeling that EU is my baby and it got hurt by idiots from the street so I'm crying a bit about how mean people can be to such a precious being ~
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🇪🇺 Justus Römeth 🏳️‍🌈 Apr 3
World, meet the future of the Internet: on the one side, //GEMA/SACEM/Bertelsmann/… on the other.
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Opal Apr 7
it says as soon as the directive is implemented in austria, they will fight against it at the EU court!
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Einfachemi Mar 26
Goodbye Internet, I loved you!
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Akshdeep Sharma Mar 26
Just like I wouldn't let 10 year olds vote on tax policies, I wouldn't let the dinosaurs in EU parliament vote on internet law. I know it's easy to critique from the sidelines, but I hope council doesn't let this pass.
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Lior Oren ⚓ Mar 27
See, with the infrastructure of the upload filter, they will be able to quickly implement the political filter.
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Ingwie Phoenix Mar 26
and passed… Good job, politicians! Using that "great" thinking skill of yours is going to "save" the world and make it a "better" place! Recognize these words in quotes? Huh??? A certain someone promised them too and caused WW2! Stupid...
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Xavier Maynard 3h
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