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Jesper Lund Apr 18
European Parliament removes upload filters and privatised law enforcement from the proposal, and adopt measures against terrorism that respect the rule of law. Response from the Commission: "we have to come back and work on this again with them."
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ListNUX 6h
Replying to @aral @glynmoody
and in EU are doing a good job on this - I am expecting many small websites to move to FB groups or something, just to not have to deal with the hassle of upload filters and the TERREG requirement of being 24/7 on call to take down "offensive" content.
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Jamie Foxworthy Apr 17
I wasn't even mad about the vote outcome until I learned that the 1 hour time limit remained by THREE FUCKING VOTES!!! 😡 Only the EU could take an acceptable loss and make it unacceptable!!!
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Julia Reda Apr 17
Replying to @Wolkenbert
To be fair, SPD voted against the 1 hour rule, CDU/CSU voted in favour.
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Gonçalo Ferreira - Crashh Apr 16
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Julia Reda Apr 15
On Wednesday (April 17) the will vote on the regulation about terrorist content online. An unreasonable 1 hour time limit to act on reports may lead to automated “terror filters” – call on your MEPs to support amendments against this!
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Cosasdesolohoy Apr 16
I saw people still protesting againts new law of copyright and Thank you very much to all the people Who is doing It When someone fight for rights there is always a possibility for win
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Julia Reda Apr 17
Replying to @Senficon
Parliament has just adopted its position on the terrorism regulation. The good news: All amendments to re-introduce mandatory were clearly rejected. The bad news: We failed to delete the 1 hour deadline by 3 votes: 300 to 297.
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Allied for Startups Apr 16
Tomorrow, will vote on . We co-signed an open letter explaining that the 1h takedown requirement is untenable for . 👉
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Usman Apr 19
Replying to @GBAlph4 @cheekybunbuns
Probably wont adopt the they proposed a law just as facist but will include terrisom in to.
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flatEarthIsNonsense Apr 19
Replying to @bobthe_dolphin
Vote out everyone who was in favor of the and the
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EDRi Apr 17
Joint press release & : EU Parliament deletes the worst threats to freedom of expression proposed in the Terrorist Content Regulation.
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Daniel Dalton Apr 16
Replying to @Joel_LH
I voted against & we have amended to ensure freedom of speech is protected
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Shunfertast Apr 15
I know EU passed the censorship law but to all EU countries what if we just don't abide by it. Ignore it, don't listen to it. don't agree to do anything in 2 years. I don't care about the voting right, it doesn't do anything.
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Joel L.H Apr 19
Replying to @je5perl @ddalton40
As i said in a previous thread, I think there is a big risk the good amendments you made to the will be undone by the commission, and they now come out swinging. Hopefully we get a better Parliament after election that will block any attacks on free speech
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Michael 14h
Replying to @EP_ThinkTank
👎 with possible 👎 with an unreasonable rule, that website owners need to be available 24/7 every hour 👎 Ignoring protests of hundreds of thousands of people and ignoring advice from internet experts and Tim Berners-Lee (WWW inventor)
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Muhrks 24h
"..change nothing for internet users,.." FALSE "..but will change everything for content creators.." TRUE For example: The creators will get less money; the internet will be censored, due to and 1hour Takedown; geoblocking is possible; ...
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Jamie Foxworthy Apr 17
Okay! Now that the is going to trilogues and has the chance to be fixed later on, our focus now moves on to the EP Elections! If you want to , YOU NEED TO GET OUT AND VOTE!!! Get rid of those EPP (CDU in Germany) pigs!!!
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Gonçalo Ferreira - Crashh Apr 18
This is already happening with the excuse of fake news (without evidence) and soon will be done with the excuse of "terrorism" also. Dictators always want people to feel secure and think all is going well, and as such, they'll try to hide these things. EU
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Access Now Apr 17
The made improvements but the Terrorist Content Regulation nevertheless "runs the severe risk of undermining freedoms and fundamental rights online without any convincing proof that it will achieve its objectives," says
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