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stopACTA2 Official Jun 8
laws YES. Censoring NO. delete and delete of the
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0xCEDE 18h
And censorship plus of course. Passed after ignoring experts like and vilifying and ignoring citizens to please lobbists. No one in Brussels and Strasbourg shall kid themselves that this will be forgotten anytime soon.
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Daphne Keller Jun 14
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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Kate Moody Mar 28
Replying to @kateamoody
Will recognize cases of parody or caricature once the is implemented? Unlikely, since "machines don't have a sense of humor"
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patrickbreyer@pirati.cc Jun 7
Yesterday the EU's fatal copyright directive including and came into force. We will not cease to fight Internet censorship and are preparing the next steps
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Julia Reda Mar 27
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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Stop ACTA2 Operations Mar 14
We are collectively organising a protest on 16.03.2019 in Nürnberg to say no to . If you want to as well, with us. Be there!
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Nadia E. Apr 3
Bundestag discussion tomorrow at 17.00 is an opportunity to block . Consider investing 3 minutes to do this now:
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Creative Commons Mar 26
The European Parliament has adopted the copyright directive 348-274. The EU will get and a counterproductive right for press publishers.
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Anonymous Apr 28
This is how the national governments of all -member states voted concerning which includes the article enabling . Many governments abstained (yellow). Pay attention to which voted Yes (green). Use your vote!
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Maxime Lambrecht Mar 28
Dear Internet, For posterity's sake, shall we make a collection of declarations by proponents of the that () does not require in any way?
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ownCloud Mar 17
Yesterday we went to the big protest against and – it was really great! 1500 people on the streets of Nuremberg for a free and open Internet:
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Julia Reda Mar 26
How the political groups voted on and the : • overwhelmingly in favour • & significantly in favour • & overwhelmingly opposed
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Ann-Kristin Spindler Mar 26
In the liberal group, more MEPs voted FOR and (including group leader ) than against. How can this group still can call itself liberal? This ist antiliberal and etatist!
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Florian Mueller Apr 12
Three key events today: Sweden changed stance from Yes to No after parliamentary committee vote. Estonia tells EU Council directive not balanced, new government and parliament need time. Germany STILL unable to agree on text of declaration.
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AnonymousVideo Jun 14
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Wolfgang Blau Mar 26
Can't help but notice: The EU Parliament gets exited about 5 million signatures for the UK petition against while it ignores the 5 million signatures against . Which one is it?
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Aytgh #SaveYourInternet #stopACTA2 Mar 15
Axel Voss has admitted that the EU and its is going to require for online platforms to comply with its insane demands. He also accepts the fact this law will kill countless websites and shutdown the UGC in the EU.
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Anonymous 🍀 Mar 29
, , such tools are not just used to copyright the web. These tools are used to restrict the web. To destroy education, to destroy free speech. And to turn the web into a global surveillance system. .
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FixCopyright #SaveYourInternet Apr 15
Replying to @FixIt_EU
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