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Another (and so far final) repost: EU copyright reform… Dear fellow Diasporians, please take action now.


(a near-copy from @itri's near-copy of my own recent post)

The vote on this is going to happen tomorrow, and, as I understand it, the new law will also affect networks like Diaspora, in fact many smaller sites and businesses.


(It affects "online services" that allow data to be uploaded and published... It will most probably affect federated networks like Diaspora or Peertube, all kinds of sites that deal with free and open software, probably also artists who want to upload their own work, maybe smaller e-mail providers, it might raise prices for getting one's own website hosted by a webspace provider etc etc...)

On https://saveyourinternet.eu/ you can act now, and write bulk or personal e-mails to members of parliament of your country (by only a few clicks). Please do!


Arguments against the implemented reform (taken from https://saveyourinternet.eu/):
  • Article 13 is bad for the Internet as a whole: … it “would mandate Internet platforms to embed an automated infrastructure for monitoring and censorship deep into their networks”.
  • Article 13 is bad for EU citizens’ fundamental rights: … it “would violate the freedom of expression set out in (…) the Charter of Fundamental Rights” and “provoke such legal uncertainty that online services will have no other option than to monitor, filter and block EU citizens’ communications”.near
  • Article 13 threatens legal certainty in the EU: … there is scientific consensus on the fact that Article 13 “threaten [s]the user participation benefits of the e-Commerce Directive (2000/31/EC)”.
  • Article 13 will be bad for the European economy: … “these rules are bad news for publishers who rely on an open and competitive internet to source, create and disseminate stories to their readers” … “the suggested filtering technology will raise the cost of launching a startup in Europe and drive talent away”.
  • The Parliament must promote a balanced and evidence-based approach to copyright enforcement and not fall into the trap of so-called ‘easy fixes’ to the detriment of our fundamental rights.

Call your MEP now and if you know others who are residents in the EU, tell them to call or write to their MEPs too.

You can find info on each of your MEPs on the SaveYourInternet.eu site, or on Parliament’s own site (just click on the maps).

If you’re outside of Europe, please consider sharing this blog post with your European friends and family and let them know that this is a red alert. We have just days until the vote.

Tell them to reject the Voss amendments, and reject Article 11 and 13, reject copyright filters, and reject ancillary rights on press snippets. Encourage your MEP to choose options that avoid filtering uploads or restricting links.


Here's a little about it that also hints on who would benefit from this new law.


(Youtube, 2:24 min)
#FOSS, #reform, #politics, #politik, #creativecommons, #cc, #legislation, #europa, #freedom, #freedom-of-speech, #fairuse, #fair-use, #link, #link-tax, #linktax, #freeweb, #free-web, #sharing, #uploading, #uploads, #version-control, #EU, #EU-copyright, #law, #copyright, #censorship, #savecodeshare, #open-source, #software, #software-development, #social, #Europe, #diaspora, #peertube, #thefederation, #federation, #the-federation, #fediverse, #internet, #web, #european-union, #europeanunion, #email, #irc, #laws, #law, #DeleteArt13, #xmpp, #jabber, #tax, #taxes, #Mastodon, #SaveYourInternet

 

Another (and so far final) repost: EU copyright reform… Dear fellow Diasporians, please take action now.


(a near-copy from @itri's near-copy of my own recent post)

The vote on this is going to happen tomorrow, and, as I understand it, the new law will also affect networks like Diaspora, in fact many smaller sites and businesses.


(It affects "online services" that allow data to be uploaded and published... It will most probably affect federated networks like Diaspora or Peertube, all kinds of sites that deal with free and open software, probably also artists who want to upload their own work, maybe smaller e-mail providers, it might raise prices for getting one's own website hosted by a webspace provider etc etc...)

On https://saveyourinternet.eu/ you can act now, and write bulk or personal e-mails to members of parliament of your country (by only a few clicks). Please do!


Arguments against the implemented reform (taken from https://saveyourinternet.eu/):
  • Article 13 is bad for the Internet as a whole: … it “would mandate Internet platforms to embed an automated infrastructure for monitoring and censorship deep into their networks”.
  • Article 13 is bad for EU citizens’ fundamental rights: … it “would violate the freedom of expression set out in (…) the Charter of Fundamental Rights” and “provoke such legal uncertainty that online services will have no other option than to monitor, filter and block EU citizens’ communications”.near
  • Article 13 threatens legal certainty in the EU: … there is scientific consensus on the fact that Article 13 “threaten [s]the user participation benefits of the e-Commerce Directive (2000/31/EC)”.
  • Article 13 will be bad for the European economy: … “these rules are bad news for publishers who rely on an open and competitive internet to source, create and disseminate stories to their readers” … “the suggested filtering technology will raise the cost of launching a startup in Europe and drive talent away”.
  • The Parliament must promote a balanced and evidence-based approach to copyright enforcement and not fall into the trap of so-called ‘easy fixes’ to the detriment of our fundamental rights.

Call your MEP now and if you know others who are residents in the EU, tell them to call or write to their MEPs too.

You can find info on each of your MEPs on the SaveYourInternet.eu site, or on Parliament’s own site (just click on the maps).

If you’re outside of Europe, please consider sharing this blog post with your European friends and family and let them know that this is a red alert. We have just days until the vote.

Tell them to reject the Voss amendments, and reject Article 11 and 13, reject copyright filters, and reject ancillary rights on press snippets. Encourage your MEP to choose options that avoid filtering uploads or restricting links.


Here's a little about it that also hints on who would benefit from this new law.


(Youtube, 2:24 min)
#FOSS, #reform, #politics, #politik, #creativecommons, #cc, #legislation, #europa, #freedom, #freedom-of-speech, #fairuse, #fair-use, #link, #link-tax, #linktax, #freeweb, #free-web, #sharing, #uploading, #uploads, #version-control, #EU, #EU-copyright, #law, #copyright, #censorship, #savecodeshare, #open-source, #software, #software-development, #social, #Europe, #diaspora, #peertube, #thefederation, #federation, #the-federation, #fediverse, #internet, #web, #european-union, #europeanunion, #email, #irc, #laws, #law, #DeleteArt13, #xmpp, #jabber, #tax, #taxes, #Mastodon, #SaveYourInternet

 

Reposting and reposting about the planned EU copyright reform... Dear Diasporians, please take action.

The vote on this is going to happen tomorrow, and the new law will also affect networks like Diaspora, in fact many smaller sites and businesses.

On https://saveyourinternet.eu/ you can act now, and write bulk or personal e-mails to members of parliament of your country.


Arguments against the implemented reform, taken from https://saveyourinternet.eu/ :
* Article 13 is bad for the Internet as a whole: ... it “would mandate Internet platforms to embed an automated infrastructure for monitoring and censorship deep into their networks”.
* Article 13 is bad for EU citizens’ fundamental rights: ... it “would violate the freedom of expression set out in (…) the Charter of Fundamental Rights” and “provoke such legal uncertainty that online services will have no other option than to monitor, filter and block EU citizens’ communications”.
* Article 13 threatens legal certainty in the EU: ... there is scientific consensus on the fact that Article 13 “threaten [s]the user participation benefits of the e-Commerce Directive (2000/31/EC)”.
* Article 13 will be bad for the European economy: ... “these rules are bad news for publishers who rely on an open and competitive internet to source, create and disseminate stories to their readers” ... “the suggested filtering technology will raise the cost of launching a startup in Europe and drive talent away”.
* The Parliament must promote a balanced and evidence-based approach to copyright enforcement and not fall into the trap of so-called ‘easy fixes’ to the detriment of our fundamental rights.

#FOSS, #reform, #politics, #politik, #creativecommons, #cc, #legislation, #europa, #freedom, #freedom-of-speech, #fairuse, #fair-use, #link, #link-tax, #linktax, #freeweb, #free-web, #sharing, #uploading, #uploads, #version-control, #EU, #EU-copyright, #law, #copyright, #censorship, #savecodeshare, #open-source, #software, #software-development, #social, #Europe, #diaspora, #thefederation, #federation, #the-federation, #fediverse, #internet, #web, #european-union, #europeanunion, #email, #irc, #laws, #law, #DeleteArt13, #xmpp, #jabber, #tax, #taxes, #Mastodon, #SaveYourInternet

Hashtags were taken from a post by @itri, thanks a lot.
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Devastating EU Copyright review - one day left to take action


^a^ ^near-copy^ ^of^ ^this^ ^@Blutpumpe's^ ^post^ [^here^](https://despora.de/posts/38f0408097e00136ed19543d7eeced27)^.^ ^Thanks^ ^for^ ^supporting^ ^the^ ^cause!^ ^(reposting^ ^for^ ^wider^ ^exposure)^

The vote on this is going to happen tomorrow, and the new law will also probably affect networks like Diaspora, and many smaller sites and businesses.

On https://saveyourinternet.eu/ you can act now, and write bulk or personal e-mails to members of parliament of your country.


Arguments against the implemented reform (taken from https://saveyourinternet.eu/):
  • Article 13 is bad for the Internet as a whole: … it “would mandate Internet platforms to embed an automated infrastructure for monitoring and censorship deep into their networks”.
  • Article 13 is bad for EU citizens’ fundamental rights: … it “would violate the freedom of expression set out in (…) the Charter of Fundamental Rights” and “provoke such legal uncertainty that online services will have no other option than to monitor, filter and block EU citizens’ communications”.
  • Article 13 threatens legal certainty in the EU: … there is scientific consensus on the fact that Article 13 “threaten [s]the user participation benefits of the e-Commerce Directive (2000/31/EC)”.
  • Article 13 will be bad for the European economy: … “these rules are bad news for publishers who rely on an open and competitive internet to source, create and disseminate stories to their readers” … “the suggested filtering technology will raise the cost of launching a startup in Europe and drive talent away”.
  • The Parliament must promote a balanced and evidence-based approach to copyright enforcement and not fall into the trap of so-called ‘easy fixes’ to the detriment of our fundamental rights.

Call your MEP now and if you know others who are residents in the EU, tell them to call or write to their MEPs too.

You can find info on each of your MEPs on the SaveYourInternet.eu site, or on Parliament’s own site (just click on the maps).

If you’re outside of Europe, please consider sharing this blog post with your European friends and family and let them know that this is a red alert. We have just days until the vote.

Tell them to reject the Voss amendments, and reject Article 11 and 13, reject copyright filters, and reject ancillary rights on press snippets. Encourage your MEP to choose options that avoid filtering uploads or restricting links.


#FOSS, #reform, #politics, #politik, #creativecommons, #cc, #legislation, #europa, #freedom, #freedom-of-speech, #fairuse, #fair-use, #link, #link-tax, #linktax, #freeweb, #free-web, #sharing, #uploading, #uploads, #version-control, #EU, #EU-copyright, #law, #copyright, #censorship, #savecodeshare, #open-source, #software, #software-development, #social, #Europe, #diaspora, #thefederation, #federation, #the-federation, #fediverse, #internet, #web, #european-union, #europeanunion, #email, #irc, #laws, #law, #DeleteArt13, #xmpp, #jabber, #tax, #taxes, #Mastodon, #SaveYourInternet

 
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Disroot Community updated their cover photo



Dont make us all move to Island!
https://saveyourinternet.eu/

\#deleteart13 #eu #censorship #fight #freedom #internet

 
Immagine/fotoDisroot Community wrote the following post Tue, 26 Jun 2018 00:45:59 +0200

Disroot Community updated their cover photo



Dont make us all move to Island!
https://saveyourinternet.eu/

\#deleteart13 #eu #censorship #fight #freedom #internet

 
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