New copyright study shows fundamental flaws in EU Commission plans for upload surveillance

The European Commission wants to obligate internet platforms to monitor all content their users upload for copyright infringements. This is laid out in Article 13 of Günther Oettinger’s copyright overhaul plans. Julia Reda detailed the harmful effects such upload surveillance would have.

Country: EU

Domains: IPR

Stakeholder: European Bodies

Tags: Internet platform, content filtering, EU, copyright reform

Posted on Wednesday 1 March 2017

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