@Gargron looks like 344 is crying
@Gargron None of these people looks like they would know the first thing about how the Internet works.
[2019 expert hearings] "So please explain again why we can't magically filter all content flawlessly?"
@Gargron what the fuck they are all old people
@Gargron the visual resemblence to star wars is uncanny, too
And Jar Jar Voss ist to blame!
@Gargron I think this alarm about #article13 being the end of the free internet is exaggerated. Only bigger platforms (so basically YT and FB) are concerned in the first place. And they already have #uploadfilters in place, don't they? Moreover YT is licensing content anyway.
Smaller self hosted blogs, #fediverse sites are not affected at all. So is Github and Wikipedia, even Wikimedia.
I'm not happy with the #copyrightdirective but I neither see the end of the free internet.
Can you point me to where you're seeing that small platforms are excluded from the law? Everything I'm reading is saying that the whole problem is with small platforms, since they will have a disproportionally difficult time implementing the automatic filters.
I do see references to specific exemptions for things like encyclopedias, but nothing about exemptions for small sites or platforms.
@kknowlton Amendment 143 (Recital 37a) and Amendment 150 (Article 2 point 4b) that have been approved yesterday.
Very very good post Mastodon-senpai
I REALLY HOPE YOU SAW THE XKCD POST TOO
@Gargron Also Article 13 even SOUNDS ominous and evil
@Ocean22 Execute Article 13
@Gargron *scene cuts to thousands of programmers and memers alike going dark, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced.*
You forgot the dig the photo couldn't pick up.
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