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Devant le Sénat, @cedric_o : "il ne peut plus y avoir d'impunité sur Internet. Dans la vie réelle, vous n'insultez pas les gens". #PPLAvia #PPLCyberhaine
@cedric_o "Les gens diminueront leur niveau de violence sur Internet, le jour où ils auront peur du gendarme", poursuit le Sec d'Etat au Numérique.
Selon @cedric_o, "dernièrement, le niveau de violence y compris dans les manifestations, n'aurait pas été aussi élevé, si sur Internet vous ne pouviez pas insulter ou menacer de mort impunément". #PPLAvia #PPLCyberhaine #GiletJaune
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#PPLAvia #PPLCyberhaine #DirectAN
Le dérouleur (les amendements en discussion)
www2.assemblee-nationale.fr/jaune/view
Le direct :
videos.assemblee-nationale.fr/direct.7928821…
Le texte de travail :
assemblee-nationale.fr/15/ta-commissi…

C'est parti pour une dizaine d'heures de LT.
C'est parti. Marc Le Fur préside les débats.
@lauredlr défend assemblee-nationale.fr/dyn/15/amendem… remarquant judicieusement qu'il manque l'adverbe "manifestement" à l'alinéa 4
Avia a déposé le 308 assemblee-nationale.fr/dyn/15/amendem… qu'elle estime mieux charpenté. Belloubet "avis favorable".
En clair : le texte a une brèche. Il permet de contraindre les plateformes à supprimer les contenus simplement "illicites".
L'amendement de LDLR est rejeté. Celui d'Avia est adopté.
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Non respect du droit d'auteur par un des partisans de la #CopyrightDirective. Voilà ce qu'il faut mentionner Coyau / Wikimedia Commons / CC BY-SA 3.0 commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Came…
France Info n'a pas oublié de créditer @Thesupermat. Manque juste la licence mais l'intention de bien faire est là.
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1/ Hogan Lovells (HL - @hoganlovells) ‘Global Media and Communications Watch’ blog examines #Article13/#Article17 of the #EU #CopyrightDirective hlmediacomms.com/2019/04/01/dsm… #SaveYourInternet #Artikel13 #Artikel17
2/ HL reminds everyone that #Article13/#Article17 “makes some online services primarily liable for copyright infringement in relation to the acts of their users” #CopyrightDirective #SaveYourInternet #Artikel13 #Artikel17
3/ HL points out that “while the online content sharing services are urged to conclude licensing agreements with right holders or get their authorisation, it is expressly stated that rightholders are free to refuse to grant authorisation” #SaveYourInternet #Article13 #Article17
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Testar en grej. Jag kommer twittra hela artikel 17 (Internet-dödaren), lite varje dag, med mina kommentarer. Syftet är att vi alla får läsa vad som faktiskt står där och att vi alla (jag inkluderad) lär oss något. #CopyrightDirective
"Artikel 17
Skyddat innehåll som används av onlineleverantörer av delningstjänster för innehåll"
17.1 "Medlemsstaterna ska föreskriva att en onlineleverantör av delningstjänster för
innehåll vid tillämpningen av detta direktiv vidtar en åtgärd som innebär en
överföring till eller ett tillgängliggörande för allmänheten när den ger allmänheten
tillgång till ...
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1/ Sobre la #CopyrightDirective
Soy de los que piensan que hoy fue un mal día para internet.

La web concentrada de hoy en día presenta desafíos con impactos en economías y derechos.

Pero las soluciones exageradas y lesivas de la libre expresión son una pésima idea.
2/ Atender a esos problemas no debería crear problemas nuevos. En el tema de derechos de autor, los usuarios quedamos en el medio de la batalla de dos grandes lobbies. El de las empresas de internet, con un negocio nuevo basado en el flujo de información...
3/ Y por otro lado el del derecho de autor, un mecanismo del siglo 17 basado en el control de la información. Aunque sea para un fin loable: beneficiar a los artistas a través de la escasez artificial (control físico sobre experiencia de la obra)
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Des promoteurs influents du texte (dernier épisode : le ministre de la culture) ont donc donné des arguments incorrects en faveur d'un texte qu'ils n'ont pas assimilé entièrement 👍 (et personne n'est allé vérifier/factchecker... pour un texte aussi essentiel). 😡
Autre exemple, erreur identique (non rectifiée à ce jour) dans @Le_Figaro par un responsable de la presse.
Suite du bêtisier #copyrightdirective, invité de choix : la SACEM qui fakeniouze, mêmes éléments de langage erronés (pure coïncidence) que @franckriester et C. Perrone : la directive concerne *toutes* les plateformes >3 ans, même les petites. societe.sacem.fr/ressources-pre…
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If you think the passage of the #CopyrightDirective is an indicator of how old people are stupid and don't understand the internet, you're making a mistake.
After all, a bunch of old people who CREATED the internet were opposed to this from the start.

eff.org/deeplinks/2018…
Lawmakers don't have to be experts to make good decisions. We don't need a parliament of microbiologists and epidemiologists to keep us all from dying of lysteria or cholera.
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[Thread] Mais qui s’occupe d’article13[.]org, salué hier par l’ @Elysee en soutien à la #CopyrightDirective ? #Article11 #article13 #Artikel17 #article17 cf nextinpact.com/news/107733-le… 1/9
Le whois n’est pas bavard : le nom a été déposé chez Gandi par une personne physique dont l’identité est par défaut protégée. Merci le #RGPD ! 2/9
Les mentions légales sont d'une transparence relative. On sait juste que le site a été créé par "EuropeForCreators". Aucune adresse, aucun n° de téléphone, rien.
article13.org/about-us
article13.org/legals 3/9
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En cette journée de vote définitif, @JeanMarieCAVADA totalement surmené à défendre une #CopyrightDirective qui pue entre en totale roue libre dans le journal de 8h de @FranceInter.
Je cite : ↓
@JeanMarieCAVADA @franceinter « En 15 ans de mandat je n'ai jamais vu ça. Une campagne d'influence, une campagne de dépense d'argent extravagante de la part des Gafa, de mensonges et de corruption puisqu'ils ont payé beaucoup de gens pour aller défiler dans les rues notamment les jeunes le week-end dernier…
@JeanMarieCAVADA @franceinter «… en Allemagne notamment, en leur promettant 300€, leurs frais, et cætera.
Je n'ai jamais vu ça.
Il faut dire qu'il y a une bonne raison : la création Européenne, son poids économique est de 536 milliards d'€ chaque année, c'est 7,2 millions d'emplois. …
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Ich bin verärgert und enttäuscht über den Ton und Darstellung der Debatte um die EU #CopyrightDirective in vielen Medien. Deshalb hier mein eigener kleiner Beitrag zur Versachlichung. Thread 1/x #Urheberrechtsreform #artikel13 #Artikel12 #Artikel11
Vorwurf: Die Gegner der Urheberrechtsreform wollen nicht, dass Urheber fair vergütet werden sondern Kostenloskultur im Internet.
Antwort: Niemand bestreitet den Bedarf einer Urheberrechtsreform, die faire Vergütung von Urhebern in digitalen Medien sichert. 2/x
Das Urheberecht muss tatsächlich dringend reformiert werden, um für die digitale Kommunikation geeignet zu sein. Der aktuelle Reformvorschlag leistet aber genau das nicht! Statt neue Vergütungsmodelle und neue Ausnahmen zu schaffen, zementiert er den Status quo. 3/x
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The final vote on the EU #CopyrightDirective is happening THIS WEEK!

Dozens of MEPs are undecided on how to vote on the EU's disastrous #CopyrightDirective. Here's how to call them now, and how to tell them to delete #Article11 and #Article13! saveyourinternet.eu
This is the most controversial Directive in EU history. The petition against Directive's #Article13 is the largest in history, with over 5 million signatures, and protestors have taken to streets this weekend to ensure that MEP's know what's at stake! saveyourinternet.info/demos
#Article13 would require "copyright filters" that would check every tweet, Facebook update, shared photo, and uploaded video to see if they were similar to items in a database of known copyrighted works, and block it if they found anything too similar eff.org/deeplinks/2019…
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Today, tens of thousands of visitors to sites across Europe will see them entirely blacked out in protest of the EU's #CopyrightDirective for #Blackout21.

Here's why:
eff.org/deeplinks/2019…
The #CopyrightDirective poses a dire threat to the future of the free, fair and open Internet. Sites are protesting in part because, as @Wikimedia says, this Directive makes the simplest basic actions of those Internet users—sharing and linking—suspect.
wikimediafoundation.org/2019/02/28/we-…
Under #Article11, the #LinkTax, text that contains more than a "snippet" from an article must be licensed and paid by whoever quotes the text—meaning countries could make laws that pass using as little as three words from a news story.
eff.org/deeplinks/2019…
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With a week (or less!) until the final EU vote on the #CopyrightDirective, 130 European businesses call on the Parliament to reject it and save Europe's Internet from online surveillance by US Big Tech eff.org/deeplinks/2019…
The final vote is coming the week of March 25! That leaves us with just days to get the message to MEPs: vote against the Copyright Directive.

Europeans will black out their online presences on March 21! #Blackout21
blackout21.eu/en/index.html
On March 23rd, we take to the streets, with demonstrations across the EU:

savetheinternet.info/demos
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Chères autrices, chers auteurs,

Pourquoi ne vous êtes vous toujours pas bougé le cul contre la #CopyrightDirective ?

Ça vous convient de devoir payer une redevance à vos éditeurs ?

C'est dans l'#Article12, mais on peut aussi parler du 11 et du 13, c'est terriblement drôle...
L'#Article11 prévoit une taxe sur les liens vers les sites de presse et d'information.

Si Wikipédia est en lutte contre la #CopyrightDirective, c'est parce que cette taxe signera son arrêt de mort, ainsi que celui de bon nombre de sites de presse et d'information...
Et pourtant, combien de médias ont pris le parti de s'y opposer ?

@Telerama est à ma connaissance le seul grand média qui a eu le courage de s'opposer plus ou moins ouvertement à cette #CopyrightDirective, mais ce fut discret, et il est bien isolé.
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We've only got days to go before the final vote on the #CopyrightDirective and we're still hearing assurances from its apologists that #Article13 will only force copyright filters on "the largest Internet platforms"—but that's not true.

dw.com/en/memes-could…
#Article13 requires filtering of any site that "gives access to a large amount of copyright protected works," and since every creative work (e.g. message-board posts) is born copyrighted, this standard covers every service. Text from the techdirt article.
#Article13's biggest boosters are now openly saying that they're happy to extinguish sites that allow people to talk to each other.

techdirt.com/articles/20190…
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Why are Europeans turning out in force for street protests on March 23 over something as obscure as the #CopyrightDirective?

It will fundamentally reshape the Internet. savetheinternet.info/demos
#Article13 of the Directive makes online services liable for checking everything users post to ensure they don’t violate copyright. Advocates say services can do this by licensing the libraries of all media companies—video, music, games, photos), but.. eff.org/deeplinks/2018…
…even if it was possible to turn online platforms into subsidiaries of the media industry, this doesn't solve the problem. #Article13 requires services to stop ALL copyrighted material from being posted—and there's no conceivable way to do this. theverge.com/2018/11/12/180…
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.@davidakaye is the UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of expression. He's published an urgent warning that #Article13 of the EU #CopyrightDirective will be a disaster for free expression, especially for artists whom copyright is supposed to protect.
ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/…
Kaye agrees with other independent parties: #Article13 will lead inevitably to automated filtering, and that will obliterate EU's tech sector while improperly censoring vast swathes of material.
communia-association.org/2019/03/05/fin…
EU: The vote is on the week of March 25.

Across Europe, concerned citizens are marching on March 23. It's vital that you contact your MEP and tell them to vote against #Article13. They're facing elections right after the vote, so they have to listen!
saveyourinternet.eu
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Europe: What began as a bad idea has become an outright crisis for the future of the Internet as we know it: the #CopyrightDirective is headed for a final vote. There's never been a moment where your voice mattered more. #SaveOurInternet eff.org/deeplinks/2019…
Over four million Internet users have signed the petition against the Directive. Now, it's time to call your MEP directly and tell them #Article11 and #Article13 would be a catastrophe for free expression and competition online. SaveYourInternet.eu Text that reads: Article 13. They want you to believe that Article 13 is not about filtering content. #SaveYourInternet
Under #Article13, virtually every online community, platform, or forum will have to add copyright filters at a cost of millions.

Experts say this will turn the Internet into “a tool for the automated surveillance and control of its users.”
eff.org/deeplinks/2018…
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Agreement reached to modernise copyright rules.

Freedoms enjoyed by internet users will be enhanced, creators better remunerated & internet economy will have clearer rules.

It will strengthen creative sector.
It will bring added value to EU citizens.
europa.eu/rapid/press-re…
It does not in any way limit the use of content under copyright exceptions (e.g. education, research) or free speech (e.g. parody and memes)on user-generated content platforms.

It includes fair remuneration of authors for the first time as a principle in European copyright law.
Opportunities to use copyrighted material for education & research.
Cross-border & access for citizens to copyright-protected content.
Users will continue to be able to share content on social media & link to sites & newspapers.

Q&A: europa.eu/rapid/press-re… #CopyrightDirective
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BREAKING: EU negotiators say they have struck a deal to approve #Article13 and #Article11, despite massive public opposition. Now only the EU Parliament can stop it. Contact your MEP now! europarl.europa.eu/meps/en/search…
The EU #CopyrightDirective has — amazingly — been made even worse. Now, #Article13 requires mandatory copyright filters for any online community that has existed for 3 or more years, regardless of size. juliareda.eu/2019/02/eu-cop…
For more information on who to contact, visit saveyourinternet.eu/act/
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You did it!

European Internet users in key countries have been asking their governments to push back against #Article13 and #Article11 (copyright filters and the snippet tax).

Those countries just voted down the proposed text in the European Council.
eff.org/deeplinks/2019…
Net users in Belgium, Sweden, Germany, Luxembourg, Poland, and Czech Republic wrote negotiators, asking them to oppose #Article13 and #Article11.

All but the Czech Republic voted against going forward—tipping the balance decisively against the articles.
eff.org/deeplinks/2019…
Now, even the rightsholders are turning against the #CopyrightDirective:
eff.org/deeplinks/2019…
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Last week, the #EU's attempt to ram through the new #CopyrightDirective before Christmas collapsed eff.org/deeplinks/2018…
The plan to put your online speech in the hands of black-box AI copyright filters isn't dead though! It'll be back in January, as @senficon's interview in the @GreenEUJournal explains greeneuropeanjournal.eu/link-taxes-and…
Our own @doctorow has written a new science fiction story about the collateral damage from #CensorshipMachines to run alongside the interview greeneuropeanjournal.eu/false-flag/
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Giving creators more copyright powers to combat exploitation by monopolistic corporations is like giving your kid more cash to compensate for having his lunch money stolen by schoolyard bullies. They'll take that too.
Give creators 100 years of copyright, and corporations will require that it be assigned to them for the full duration as a condition of publication.
Give them the right to license - and thus, prohibit - excerpting, and corporations will take that right as a condition of access to the market.
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