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Ekaitz Zárraga 14h
Thank you Julia for your fight against the . BTW is a scam designed to get people's personal data. Please don't encourage its use.
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Julia Reda 11h
New Commission proposal on leaked by : All platforms must make “best efforts to prevent availability”, depending on “suitable technologies”... the euphemisms for are getting more and more creative.
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omvarld12345 Dec 8
Resign . The proposals you have made up for the Internet is a serious danger to freedom of speech and to democracy. I am furious at you and the rest of the burecratic elite in Brussel. Your proposals is illegal under swedish free speech constitution. .
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Michael Riendeau 6h
It's kill or be killed in this era of human history. I dont like it, but protesting by the rules of our oppressors doesn't work anymore. In order for nonviolence to work, the opposition must have a conscience, and the people pushing the have none.
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NightDice Dec 6
Replying to @GossiTheDog
I hate how rarely the tech community protests about legislation concerning them until it's basically too late. Sometimes it still turns things around, but usually it's just too late to properly convey our points to lawmakers. (Another recent example: EU's )
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0xCEDE Dec 1
We can agree to disagree on that one, but I think no matter how you calculate: The loss from 10K views will never be very large, or at least IMHO you failed to make the case why it would. And based on that I don't see the justification for censorship in your case.
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NikaTweets ☮️🌍 Till #Uploadfilter lets her 10h
still in the text, but an average non tech savvy baby boomer MEP will not understand it.
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0xCEDE Nov 30
I guess every person as eminent as Turing Award winner Sir has his or her detractors. Following your article’s logic the happiest place in the WWW should be China: total control by GOVT, included (they can be tricked though).
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Julia Reda 14h
BREAKING: Petition against just cracked 4 million signatures, the largest petition ever! On Wednesday at 14:30, petitioners will present their demands to the press at in Strasbourg.
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0xCEDE Dec 1
3/ Let me say: you *didn’t* convince *me*. But: That’s OK. Others can read the thread and perhaps *they* are convinced and agree that your case justifies ART13 mandatory censorship . If not, people call your MEPs and your government and !
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Wietze Brandsma 8h
Replying to @wabrandsma
The mathematics of false positives and the base rate fallacy ultimately mean software filters can’t work in any way that will not lead to disproportionate pre-emptive censorship. controlled by the economic actors who control the
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Fight for the Future Dec 3
If H.R. 1695 is passed the White House could be pressured to appoint a Register of Copyrights that would push things like website blocking, term extensions, and mandatory à la . Call your Senators at 1-916-823-9612 asap!
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Jussi Mäkinen Dec 5
How about of of European Copyright Directive, they may effectively block uploading of videos (if there is any music or other copyrighted content on background)? Ping
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Sombra Glaze Dec 7
Replying to @SombraGlaze
This will actually benefit Youtube (only the company! NOT the users!!) and despite the fact that they were against it turns out that now they support it because with mandatory Google would be miles ahead of its competition (4/9)
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madiko 14h
Congratulations! Thank you for your continued efforts to , Julia .
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Julia Reda Dec 8
Replying to @TomConti_H @ddalton40
They are talking about different versions of the text. The Parliament version will harm all platforms. The Council version will make the big ones more powerful and make like ContentID a standard all will have to follow, with massive blocking of legal content.
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0xCEDE Dec 1
As said before (1)How would YT know, you *never* sent a takedown notice (2)perhaps because your total loss was<10$/year (3)did not tell uploaders you disapproved (from your reaction they could not know) (4)demanding for everyone to save you <10$/year is overblown.
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0xCEDE Nov 30
AFAIK ART11 has no such exceptions at all and ART 13 only in the MEPs version. Once rather low small enterprise threshold is exceeded MEPs ART13 would also require them to get , cost for Content-ID:~60M$ (=6x annual turnover). I wish them good luck paying that then.
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Netopia.eu Dec 5
Google loves a filter, when it suits their business goals. Not least to demote over their inferior review pages. See video ⤵️
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0xCEDE Dec 1
(2) It was the price Spotify would have paid which seems an OK measure (3)They were fans of yours and probably would have stopped (4) I guess internet users are still unwilling to accept mandatory for you saving <10$/year.
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