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Glyn Moody Apr 23
Emilio Estevez Uses Some Public Domain Footage In Film, So Universal Studios Forces Original Public Domain Footage Offline - "Yet another example of the awfulness of copyright filters."
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We're Living in a Mad World Apr 20
Replying to @BioticBasilisk
First of all - an obvious one - you've all got a job to do at the EU May elections. Vote out the sludge who ignored you, dismissed you as bots, or wrote you off as being bought by Google. They voted in favour of the ? Don't vote for them!
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Francois Armand Apr 23
Really, what could go wrong with ? Especially hen there's no consequences with abusive claims.
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Larth Vader 14h
TFW mutes parts of your VoD from your stream for copyright reasons. 🤣 Must have been too close to the originals, I guess? 🤔😁 oooops...
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Jürgen Knopper Apr 23
🇪🇺 in 2019 🇪🇺 ✅ ⭕ Work in progress: Black Box for cars. 🚗 ❌ In planning: Abolition of . 💶 🇦🇹 in 2019 🇦🇹 ✅"Digitales Vermummungsverbot" Thank you. Thank you very much.
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Jamie Foxworthy Apr 17
Replying to @LManwaring @Recode
You're looking forward to ?
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'©' Apr 22
Now that we're about to get everywhere, it's time to introduce hefty fines for unjustified filtering. There needs to some incentive to improve the process, and prevent abuse suppressing speech or fair use.
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Asad Sayeed paints the upper right corner Apr 18
Replying to @asayeed
So it appears Hassold and the directive itself is making a distinction without a difference: for the intended effect to take hold, there must be . Hassold later makes arguments about filter technologies (why, when they aren't needed?) that I may look at tomorrow.
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0xCEDE Apr 16
They just blocked us, any idea why 😇 ? I find 's "no in " funny - as if lawmaking was a game of bingo, especially as they then go on praising Content ID fielded by the very company they demonize all the time. Made my day 😂🤣🤣
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Éibhear Ó hAnluain Apr 21
Replying to @eibhear
To be clear: will now be required to be used before considering public domain status, and publishers *will* game the system to claim rights on works that they don't have.
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Ian Brown Apr 21
And this is a simple binary attribute (produced by US govt). Those magical won’t have nearly so simple decisions to make with 99% of the content they are required to instantaneously assess and potentially block
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Asad Sayeed paints the upper right corner Apr 17
Replying to @asayeed
In the middle, Herwig argues that the concern about has an "astonishing" combination of features: that they are absolutely essential for performing the task of finding upload violations, but they have a catastrophically high failure rate.
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Jamie Foxworthy Apr 20
We have ample proof, but they just wouldn't listen... don't work, but lobbyists don't care, and neither do their pet politicians. Why would they care if most of the stuff taken down isn't infringing? As long as their bland, crappy content is protected, all is good.
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SilmarUK Apr 16
Replying to @SilmarUK
If you have any interest in this topic, particularly any concerns, then I highly recommend you watch this for yourself and form your own opinion. But what seems clear to me is that Germany does not want to see the kind of a lot of folks most fear.
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David Vuorio Apr 16
From the that is the (translated) German statement on the : "The aim must be to make the 'uploadfilter' [sic] instrument largely superfluous." Translation: "Yes, we know are bad, and inevitable. Therefore we vote yes to filters."
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Stop ACTA2 Operations Apr 21
and together against the Internet censorship and and . Sign the petition. Join the network! Be StopACTA2 and !
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ELECTRIC MOVE Europe Apr 20
No research known, with results showing a relevant difference in age groups when it comes to targetting misinformation, biased info etc - see for instance the / / media campaigns - reaching mostly young people
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Jamie Foxworthy Apr 22
And yet, the EU won't care if this becomes normal. All of their rhetoric with the was just naked gaslighting; trying to convince the gullible of society that the filters are good and won't make mistakes and such.
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Samuel Stolton Apr 17
Replying to @SamuelStolton
However, MEPs rejected plans to introduce mandatory
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Bernardo Verda 🤔 Apr 22
Scribd's Takedown Of The Public Domain Mueller Report Is A Preview Of The EU's Future Under The Copyright Directive
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