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Julia Reda 27 Mar 19
Don’t be fooled: If the UK government votes against the proposal in the final vote in Council, the directive will not be adopted! They plan to vote in favour and then blame the EU for in their domestic debate.
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European Pirate Party (PPEU) Apr 17
Pirate MEPs voted in EP against a resolution which calls on social network operators to proactively find and "stop disinformation and hate speech". used by FB and other fundamentally threaten the freedom of expression on the Internet. 🇪🇺
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Julia Reda 26 Mar 19
How the political groups voted on and the : • overwhelmingly in favour • & significantly in favour • & overwhelmingly opposed
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Thomas Lohninger 12 Apr 19
In case you wonder which political party is arguing vehemently for , it’s the EPP.
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Daphne Keller 14 Jun 19
Hey folks who are concerned about : The EU Court of Justice is very close to endorsing them, in a case that has had little attention and no input from civil society or independent experts in technology and human rights.
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Thomas Lohninger 25 Mar 19
The permanent representation of the Netherlands to the EU is rightfully warning MEPs about the impact of their vote tomorrow. Please listen & prevent the adoption of mandatory !
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echo_pbreyer@chaos.social Aug 6
Hundreds of thousands have taken to the streets to protest against . With the upcoming national implementation you should make your voices heard again. Infos on the German consultation process:
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communia Jan 10
we have read through the dutch and the french proposals to implement of the directive so you don’t have to. What we have found is not pretty, both laws ignore key safeguards for user rights and would enable unchecked :
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Nadia E. 3 Apr 19
Bundestag discussion tomorrow at 17.00 is an opportunity to block . Consider investing 3 minutes to do this now:
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Florian Mueller 10 Apr 19
Thank you — chairman if the youth organization of Merkel‘s party — for calling on the German federal government to vote against in the . Voting against (not for!) should be a mere formality given the coalition agreement.
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communia Aug 28
European Commission announces the stakeholder dialogue on of the directive. Strong civil society participation in this process will be crucial to limit the harm of . Deadline for stakeholders to apply is 18 September.
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Wolfgang Blau 22 Jul 19
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Diogo Constantino 20 May 19
This is just another demonstration that things like are an awful idea that harms creators and people that respect the law. It's a lie that there are working and proportional redressing mechanisms when they fail and they do fail often.
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Jan Penfrat @ilumium@mastodon.cloud 27 Jul 19
This is what happens if policymakers push big tech "to do more" to police their platforms and "eradicate" unwanted content without building in human rights safeguards.
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ⒶK #FreeAssange #BOT⌛🏴‍☠️🎗️‏(₿)🍀 25 Mar 19
SCANDAL: Today, Europe Votes On A Law That Could Change The Internet — Sold Out For A Russian Pipeline: &
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communia Jun 16
We have made a visualisation that shows which parts of of the DSM directive have been included in the Dutch implementation law proposal. Turns out that are included but most safeguards for user rights are not. This must be fixed!
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AnonymousVideo 14 Jun 19
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European Pirate Party (PPEU) Apr 1
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Wikimedia Policy 13 Dec 18
Here's a timely reminder that mandatory will threaten collaborative projects and access to knowledge. The article below is from September, but 's points are even more pressing today.
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Aimilia Gp 4 Jun 19
Canada says no to . Canada is smart... Be like Canada!
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