These 3 EU governments want to give record labels control over what we can and can’t post online

The governments of France, Spain and Portugal want to double down on a law proposed by the European Commission that would force all kinds of internet platforms to install a “censorship machine” to surveil all uploads and try to prevent copyright infringement.

Country: EU

Domains: IPR

Stakeholder: Government

Tags: Internet, EU law, online platforms, Julia Reda, censorship machine, copyright reform

Posted on Saturday 28 October 2017

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