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Free Press! Free Julian Assange 🔊🔊🔊 Jul 20
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Daniel Dalton Apr 17
1st reading in parliament passed. A very tough file, but we have a good compromise in the EP which balances freedom of speech issues & no filters with the vital need to get terrorist content off the net.
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Ancaa 3 :3 Apr 5
Don't forget that tomorrow will be protests against the especially against , . Make sure you'll come. Also, don't forget to mention about as well. We need to teach a lesson to EU
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Anonymous 🍀 Jul 10
current status: - Censors the internet under . Introduction: < 1,5 years. - Introduces hate speech / terrorist filter . Introduction: < 3 years. - Builds a European army. Introduction: < 4 years. - Abolishes cash money. Introduction: Unknown.
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David Vuorio Apr 16
While this is sad on so many levels, it raises an important point. This is exactly the kind of problem that we can expect from upload filters, , "fake news" regulations etc. etc.
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patrickbreyer@pirati.cc Jul 18
EU Commission is considering making , content removal and access to our Internet use the norm. A warning note:
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Bakó Eszter Apr 18
See who voted how in plenary on the terrorism regulation here
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_-_£loco/_-_ Apr 17
Today the vote on will be held. Contact your local MEPs and tell them to !!!!
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EDRi Apr 24
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Allied for Startups Apr 8
. approved along with Article 4, which requires to remove terrorist content within one hour from receipt of removal order. It's an untenable requirement for . 👉
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Samuel Stolton Apr 8
Regulation against is CARRIED: FOR: 35 AGAINST: 1
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NishaPandaBEAST Apr 8
Keep contacting your government and agriculture ministers!!! Remember final council vote is 15th April. Keep fighting no matter what.🏒⛹️‍♀️.
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Lindaru Apr 16
Well my hopes of practicing VA'ing / idea of investing on it got absolutely destroyed now thanks to EPP adopting "previously known as "...I really don't know what am I supposed to do now?
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Wikimedia Policy Apr 18
ICYMI: The proposal for an EU Terrorist Content Regulation has been improved. But protections for free expression and access to knowledge are still fragile.
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Måns Magnusson Apr 17
Apparently the was adopted without deleting the unreasonable requirement of websites having to delete terrorist content only 1 hour after being noticed by authorities. 300-297. Will be interesting to see how the Swedish MEPs voted this time.
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CCIAEurope Apr 5
A 1 hour deadline for terrorist content removal wouldn't work for many digital stakeholders. Civil society & industry orgs urge MEPs to adopt with a workable timeframe.
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Blake C. Stacey Apr 10
This defies belief. See "arxiv" in this list? That means Europol tried to declare all of math and physics "terrorist content".
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Diego Naranjo Jun 10
I told that referrals in the original proposal "(outsource) the monitoring work and puts pressure on the hosting companies, which will most likely block the content" via
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Samuel Stolton Apr 8
. says: "There should be no place on the web for terrorist content, however, compromise takes time...but thinks that anyone wishing to scrutinise is wasting time."
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Dr. Krisztina Huszti-Orban Apr 7
As votes on , concerns outlined by , and SR privacy still relevant despite improvements in compromises. Definition of and draft Article 4 in particular raise clear concerns:
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