Proposed Copyright Directive – Commissioner confirms it is illegal

At a meeting of the European Parliament Committee on Legal Affairs (JURI) on 19 June, European Commission Vice-President Andrus Ansip made a statement that was both shocking and shockingly honest. He advertised the content filtering product of the US company Audible Magic as an affordable alternative to Google’s Content ID filtering technology for filtering European citizens’ uploads to the internet.

Country: EU

Domains: IPR

Stakeholder: European Bodies

Tags: Internet, filtering technology, content filtering, Andrus Ansip, JURI, copyright reform

Posted on Wednesday 28 June 2017

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