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🌻 Sep 12
you cunts won't stop me from spreading the meme culture.
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əłιsα。 Sep 12
-no more memes -no more video edits -no more wikipedia -no more reactions on yt -no more talking about a song/artist on internet are we going to live in complete ignorance?
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nellie Sep 12
world problems: climate change, racism, sexism, homophobia, etc EU: LETS BAN MEMES
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nova 🍁 ((mommy short legs)) Sep 12
am I still allowed to type out this tweet or is that a copyright infringement on the dictionary?
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cam Sep 12
europe i can’t believe u actually passed a bill like this. so fucking disappointed. article 13 is a nightmare for people on the internet. this is the end of memes, this is the end of video edits of ariana, this is the end of video edits of your memories.
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𝒟𝒶𝓃𝒶 ➰ Sep 12
From what I understood they approved Art. 11 and 13... So this my last GIF Enjoy it It was beautiful until it lasted Thank you for the beautiful moments
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◯ Sep 12
"no more memes" so they think they are making the internet safer by this the ignorance im-
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Spooky Scary Skeletons☠ Sep 12
today is the last day man. If the internet goes down... I'm going with it.
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cam Sep 12
article 13 consequences: - no more video edits of tour memories - no more video edits of your favorite celebrities - no more compilations of vines, viral videos,… -no more reactions video to another video, movie, album…(if you add the content in the video)
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Julia Reda Sep 20
What IP professor has to say about the directive is quite remarkable: Yes, and are bad, but even the copyright status quo is already a lot more extreme than you might think.
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Julia Reda Sep 12
Article 13 vote: The European Parliament endorses for all but the smallest sites and apps. Anything you want to publish will need to first be approved by these filters, perfectly legal content like parodies & memes will be caught in the crosshairs
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ℰ Sep 12
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ella Sep 12
Article 13 has been voted in :/ final vote isn't until spring 2019, we have time to change it!
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wow it's eilidh Sep 12
these old fucks can't even open google without getting 14 viruses and handing over half their bank savings to email scammers why are we trusting them with the fate of the whole internet
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Elton Brauer 6m
Big companies have access to so much data that they know exactly what people "want", so they keep giving it to them so they would never leave. But since when do people know what they actually want?
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Create.Refresh Sep 13
European Parliament may have voted in favour of Article 13, but the fight to is not over. 366 MEPs ignored your ask to stop upload filters. But for creators & Internet users alike, we will continue to stand up to censorship before a final vote comes in Dec/Jan.
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Julia Reda Sep 19
This is a neat tool to compare the positions of Commission, Council and Parliament on any article of the directive:
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TheMetalfreak360 Sep 15
Good job EU, for making the EU population hate you. You ruin the internet that we love so much, just because you can get your name on a tablet that says "This person ruined the internet". You make decisions that nobody in the EU wants, for your own whims.
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Lela✩🌹 Sep 12
I think this is an appropriate last meme
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NikaTweets ☮️🌍 Till #Uploadfilters let her Sep 19
But videos that are made as extra content for people who pay, live streams and other incentives will be. I hope guys at are smart tho.
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