Friday, September 18, 2020

Electronic Frontier Foundation examines the way individual countries in the EU apply the Copyright Directive in the "transposition": Trying to stop filters

European Parliament Strasbourg Hemicycle - Diliff

 Christopher Schmon has a detailed article about the progress of the European in its “transposition” of the Copyright Directive in member states.  

 Electronic Frontier Foundation has a detailed response on a pdf which is embedded into the story, which also leads to links about specific developments in Germany and the Netherlands.

EFF does not want automatic filters used unless countries can actually prove that they work. 

It also calls for special efforts to protect smaller companies and platforms.

Embed: Wikipedia, EU Parliament in Brussels (click for attribution) 



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