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Over There
Jun 28, 2013



https://qz.com/1387466/article-11-a...l-the-internet/

quote:

Article 11 calls for news aggregators like Google to pay media companies a so-called “link tax” when sharing their content.

Article 13 demands that platforms police the content uploaded to posts ahead of their publication by using automated software that would detect and filter out intellectual property violations.

What does this mean for the future of the internet?

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Over There
Jun 28, 2013



mods please edit my title to be grammatically correct

Hell Yeah
Dec 25, 2012



chav nicked me content mate

1redflag
Feb 15, 2012

I'm accidentally a suicide bomber!


Over There posted:

https://qz.com/1387466/article-11-a...l-the-internet/


What does this mean for the future of the internet?

Lowtax gonna get sued again

Over There
Jun 28, 2013



EU proving time and time again, that they have no idea how the internet works

Bajaj
Sep 13, 2017

by FactsAreUseless


Europe will no longer have memes. Lol

elmer chud
May 18, 2018
(USER WAS PUT ON PROBATION FOR THIS POST)

Hell Yeah posted:

chav nicked me content mate

Ccs
Feb 25, 2011


I wonder what will happen to the board on reddit specifically devoted to piracy.

Donovan Trip
Jan 6, 2007

gotta love me

Hell Yeah posted:

chav nicked me content mate

Hell Yeah

kecske
Feb 28, 2011




Bajaj posted:

Europe will no longer have memes. Lol

ElectricSheep
Jan 14, 2006

she had tiny Italian boobs.
Well that's my story.


Hell Yeah posted:

chav nicked me content mate

gonna quote this and make it a meme forever b/c I don't see a ™ next to it

SleepySonata
Mar 3, 2010


I keep thinking that this is going to be the final piece of the puzzle that pushes people out into the streets in bloody revolt.

Thots and Prayers
Jul 13, 2006

A is the for the atrocious abominated acts that YOu committed. A is also for ass-i-nine, eight, seven, and six.

B, b, b - b is for your belligerent, bitchy, bottomless state of affairs, but why?

C is for the cantankerous condition of our character, you have no cut-out.

Grimey Drawer

What's Article 12?

FrankeeFrankFrank
Apr 21, 2005


How does this effect my porn viewing?

ArmZ
Jun 5, 2004

You are what you want.





Grimey Drawer

the right to be forgotten thing is dumb because only evil rich people and dictators will be able to enforce it

Arrhythmia
Jul 22, 2011


ah, finally, oblivion


I hope this destroys the internet.

GORDON
Jan 1, 2006

This avatar was paid for by the Silent Majority.

Over There posted:

https://qz.com/1387466/article-11-a...l-the-internet/


What does this mean for the future of the internet?

For Europe it's bad. But they're used to that.

Former DILF
Jul 13, 2017

Silent Majority


This means you can talk belligerent poo poo about Europe and If they get angry and link to your posts they have to pay you lmao

Hell Yeah
Dec 25, 2012



Former DILF posted:

This means you can talk belligerent poo poo about Europe and If they get angry and link to your posts they have to pay you lmao

thanks

https://twitter.com/yuge_bonner/sta...920140421345280

shut up blegum
Dec 17, 2008


--->Plastic Lawn<---


can I have you PayPal?

Hell Yeah
Dec 25, 2012



i will grant european goons a temporary exemption until the government of europe gets they poo poo in order.

SpazmasterX
Jul 13, 2006

Wrong about everything XIV related
~fartz~


I don't see how any of that can be enforced on any company operating outside the EU. Seems like a good way to get a bunch of companies to pick up and leave.

elmer chud
May 18, 2018
(USER WAS PUT ON PROBATION FOR THIS POST)

SpazmasterX posted:

I don't see how any of that can be enforced on any company operating outside the EU. Seems like a good way to get a bunch of companies to pick up and leave.

This is all part of the plan to introduce Euronet.

Hell Yeah
Dec 25, 2012



SpazmasterX posted:

I don't see how any of that can be enforced on any company operating outside the EU. Seems like a good way to get a bunch of companies to pick up and leave.

well maybe you'd like to talk to my lawyer abouit it

Moridin920
Nov 15, 2007




Article 11, having only read the blurb in the OP, seems fine to me. Google has just been showing me the content without me having to actually go to the webpage so yeah makes sense that Google should have to give the webpage some $$$ in return.

The other one is moronic.

quote:

Now individual EU member states will vote on it at home before the directive returns to the European Parliament for another vote late in 2018 or early 2019.




e: \/\/\/ bitchmade poster

Moridin920 fucked around with this message at Sep 12, 2018 around 17:20

Hell Yeah
Dec 25, 2012



article 12: gently caress off, moridin.

Squashing Machine
Jul 5, 2005

I need this
This is my job
I'm the ass replacer


Please deposit .0001 BTC in my cryptowallet before quoting my posts

The wallet's under shadowmoseswasaninsidejob@geocities.com

Jeffrey of YOSPOS
Jan 1, 1970

I WILL MEDITATE AND THEN DESTROY YOU


Cybernetic Crumb

Lol the first one is bizarre - who benefits from that? Surely not the news sites that google will no longer bother linking to that will thus no longer be visited...at least until they make a deal with google that involves them not getting paid.

Jeffrey of YOSPOS
Jan 1, 1970

I WILL MEDITATE AND THEN DESTROY YOU


Cybernetic Crumb

Can SA get some of these google dollars??

NihilismNow
Aug 31, 2003


Over There posted:

https://qz.com/1387466/article-11-a...l-the-internet/


What does this mean for the future of the internet?

It means a bright future for VPN providers. You already pretty much need a VPN as a European if you don't want to spend hours of your day clicking through pages of "yes i accept cookies", "yes i accept your processing of my data and the sharing thereof with your partners" or if you want to access any US news pages which have decided to just give the EU the finger for GDPR (rightly so).

Neutrino
Mar 8, 2006



Fallen Rib

Anyone quoting my posts owes me $0.10 ©

Jeffrey of YOSPOS
Jan 1, 1970

I WILL MEDITATE AND THEN DESTROY YOU


Cybernetic Crumb

My understanding was, news websites wanted to be linked to, because that means people going to their news website, reading their content, and potentially seeing their ads. This change will result in them being linked to less, ostensibly for their benefit. Something doesn't add up.

Rahu
Feb 14, 2009



Grimey Drawer

Neutrino posted:

Anyone quoting my posts owes me $0.10 ©

Ok, the check is in the mail.

Linux Pirate
Apr 21, 2012

We wanted to get vaporwave into the hands of the average Joe, with an a e s t h e t i c they could relate to.


Arrhythmia posted:

I hope this destroys the internet.

A Wizard of Goatse
Dec 14, 2014

What the fuck am I even saying?


Over There posted:

https://qz.com/1387466/article-11-a...l-the-internet/


What does this mean for the future of the internet?

between this and GDPR and all the various hatespeech legislation they're trying to shut the internet down wholesale by removing all the terrible parts of it that are all of it

Jeffrey of YOSPOS
Jan 1, 1970

I WILL MEDITATE AND THEN DESTROY YOU


Cybernetic Crumb

also lol if you believe in copyright - can't wait for the first president who openly pirates movies and television shows and tweets about it

Mooey Cow
Jan 27, 2018



Thots and Prayers posted:

What's Article 12?

12 is an unlucky number in Germany, so it's customary to not have an Article 12 in EU legal documents.

Squashing Machine
Jul 5, 2005

I need this
This is my job
I'm the ass replacer


Thots and Prayers posted:

What's Article 12?

Tape Articles 11 and 13 to pigs and release the pigs into the EU Headquarters

Blistex
Oct 30, 2003

"When I see someone tilting my tables, I shoot the Bastard. That's my policy!"


Grimey Drawer

Do operating systems still have to be released sans web browser in the EU or have they accepted that maybe people don't have Netscape/AOL floppies laying around?

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JoaoVitorBF
Aug 31, 2018


So these are basically the Hitler JPEG defense articles? Thank God Higby is not from Europe.

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