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RageAgainstArt13

  1. 1. European Digital Rights https://edri.org/diego/ twitter @DNBSevilla Diego Naranjo Senior Policy Advisor Rage Against the Censorship Machine
  2. 2. Topics  1- EU Copyright madness  2- Welcome the Censorship Machine  3- Rage Against the #CensorshipMachine
  3. 3. 1-
  4. 4. 2- Welcome the #CensorshipMachine Image caption: Xnet video about the censorship machine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAcTeYtUzQY
  5. 5. 2- Welcome the #CensorshipMachine Image source: CC license by Tyler Menezes
  6. 6. 2- Welcome the #CensorshipMachine Image source: Bild Somebody please block this parody!
  7. 7. 2- Welcome the #CensorshipMachine Les Terms of Service, c’est moi Image source: Wikimedia Commons: File:Louis XIV by Juste d'Egmont.jpg
  8. 8. 2- Welcome the #CensorshipMachine Les Terms of Service, c’est moi Image sourc Mandatory upload filter Right to block legal content Useless redress mechanism
  9. 9. 2- Welcome the #CensorshipMachine Source: Electronic Frontier Foundation
  10. 10. 2- Welcome the #CensorshipMachine
  11. 11. Image: Amazon 2- Welcome the #CensorshipMachine
  12. 12. 3- Rage Against the #CensorshipMachine
  13. 13. 3- Rage Against the #CensorshipMachine
  14. 14. We draw avery important conclusion here with a merely dark image behind it, so the text is white... See you during the coffee break! Diego Naranjo diego.naranjo@edri.org Follow us on twitter: @DNBSevilla @edri

Editor's Notes

  • b) an obligation to filter all uploads
    (art. 13.1)
  • c) the rights for rightsholders to block content that is perfectly legal content (quotation, parody, etc)
  • d) a redress mechanism which will be unuseable in practice (art. 13.2)
  • d) a redress mechanism which will be unuseable in practice (art. 13.2)
  • This frightening panopticon is said to be able to monitor video, music and images found on "mainstream audio and video sites and graphic portals, small and medium vertical websites, community platforms, cloud and P2P sites, SmartTV, external set-top boxes, aggregation apps, and so on."
  • They need to search each of us when we go the “security” screenings, and they check every piece of bagage, every human body. This is an obvious offline general monitoring obligation. If this is done with your online content, it becomes specific by the art of copyright law.

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