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Captain Skipjack Feb 13
You can't put the genie back in the bottle. People have had a taste of the free access to entertainment and information that the internet provides, and threatens to send us back to the Cable TV era. People won't stand for it.
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Robert Kram Feb 13
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Usman 17h
Replying to @Senficon @EagyptM and 4 others
Is barley still against by this directive julia?
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Martina Emke Feb 13
Agreement reached on digital copyright rules in EU!
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Usman 16h
At first I thought these companies wouldn't want unless the law passed and it was necessary didn't think that big platforms like Facebook would support this bs before it and used this time to warn us and fight against this!
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Usman 22h
The only thing good about will be it would reduce the risk of big companies like Google/facebook/twitter from being sued with loads of $$$$$ while domaniting the internet for a very long time since start ups won't be able to afford to comply with these strict rules
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Usman 2h
If most viewers are from America or anywhere else outside the eu you can just geoblock those them they can bypass it anyways. Then your sites won't be sued remember they don't know that are to expensive and licences won't work.
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πŸ’œ γ‚΅γƒ–γƒͺγƒŠ Feb 13
Replying to @BTS__Europe
THANK YOU πŸ’œπŸ’œ Let's and stop
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NanoDomino Feb 10
If you live in the EU and care at all about a free and open internet, please take a moment to inform yoursef about and . This motion of the EU shows how a well-intentioned copyright law can have detrimental effects on internet culture.
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Zerodoctor123 Feb 15
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communia Feb 14
most likely dur to overaggressive :)
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Usman 2h
will just block your copyrighted posts so we won't receive it over here but people out of eu can. If this law passes I won't even be able to see your profile if the filters are used which is why this virus of a law needs to be stopped!
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Marcus Herrmann Feb 17
Replying to @bkastl
Even if their arguments against were solid and sound, it would still be a shame that the European Commission would post their reasoning behind paywalls and on a platform that agressivly doesn't care about web accessibility
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Anja Lorenz Feb 16
On the other side: just forget huge platforms and think of small start-ups. How should they manage if not buying services by huge platforms? Will the provide a database for copyright holders to check new uploads against their content?
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Lame Lawyer Feb 15
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
Maybe aren’t such a bad idea after all....
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Serge Schumacher Feb 16
Do you agree that Article 13 will impose widespread censorship of all the content you share online ?
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Steven 🦁 Feb 14
Replying to @beuc @YouTube
Already has Content ID in place. wont work!!
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Betongkopf Feb 12
In theory is doing the right thing if they leave the before is activated. Sad enough the government is pro-, so a probably won't save the Brits from it.
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Usman Feb 9
But how is this law in its current form gonna benefit them??? It will make platform smaller than 10 million buy that will cost MILLIONS so the only option there is if small platforms that can't contribute to this law would have to geoblock the eu or shutdown!
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Scott Feb 16
I believe what's important for the EU to understand is that we aren't saying memes will be banned to give the EU a bad impression via a slogan but rather that's the unintended side effect of since manually checking every upload is impossible! It's common sense!
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