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BarnesBoroFC Posted on 14/09/2018 14:09
Edited On: 14/09/2018 14:10EU article 13 - another step closer
 
 
"Berners-Lee is among 70 internet luminaries to oppose the law, arguing it would be transform the internet from an open platform into a tool for “automated surveillance and control”."

So there was a vote on ammendments to articles 11 and 13.
Conservatives and Labour both voted in favour of the ammendment. UKIP have been campagining against.

The final vote is in spring.

Might want to contact your MEP

Link: The guardian
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r00fie1 Posted on 14/09/2018 14:14

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When I wrote to my MEP to object she said it protected copyright and intellectual property. It means you need permission to quote newspaper and journal articles. Inverted commas and a bibliography wont be acceptable.

I wonder what happens to someone writing a Dissertation of P.Hd? Will they have to contact writers individually to ask for permission to quote them in their thesis?

Sounds like censorship.[?]

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bear66 Posted on 14/09/2018 14:17

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Most scientific papers allow small portions to be reproduced; also, most references summarise previous findings rather than quote them.

Looking at newsnow, it suggests some links may not be allowed.
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BobUpndown Posted on 14/09/2018 14:17

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I can certainly agree with News agencies feeling they are being ripped off by the likes of Google & FB..

Tax at point of delivery / consumption should also be enforced.. not at some convenient office in a tax haven..
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BarnesBoroFC Posted on 14/09/2018 14:21

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Universities generally buy subscriptions with newspapers and journals. It is already expensive to access journals if you are not attached to an university


The knock on effect is for smaller groups who comment on news etc.

It could possibly enforce a monopoly as smaller social media platforms will not be able to afford to operate in europe.

Also smaller content creators might be ignored by larger social media platforms unwilling to pay for their content. Which again would potentially increase the strangle hold on the media by large established news corporations
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BarnesBoroFC Posted on 14/09/2018 14:42

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Here is a 5 minute run down by the youtuber Philip DeFranco. He gives a brief overview and why it's important.

Link: Youtube: Philip DeFranco
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BarnesBoroFC Posted on 14/09/2018 14:52

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Here is a longer video from Youtuber's react which goes into more detail of the state of play before these recent ammendments. Its about 16 minutes.

Link: Youtube: Reactions to article 13
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boroskel65 Posted on 14/09/2018 17:03

EU article 13 - another step closer

 
If Wikipedia collapses I might have to make my library of books available to view...for a small fee.
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r00fie1 Posted on 14/09/2018 17:08

EU article 13 - another step closer

 
Barnes[^]
Thank you.
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