Uniting MEPs against Article 13

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What is Article 13?

Article 13 is a provision in the draft EU Copyright Reform mandating that all content uploaded to the internet be monitored and potentially deleted if a likeness to existing copyrighted content is detected.

Whether a creator or a consumer, everyone who uses the internet will be affected by this law — which is why we all need to speak out against it. Automated filters will scan your images, text, videos and other content for potential copyrighted content before it is posted.

This reform will be voted up or down on 24th April 2018 - It’s time to take action!

Against the filter, in favour of smarter copyright! Sleepin on the issue In favour of the automated filter mandated by Article 13

Powerful publishing lobbyists are piling on the pressure to convince MEPs to adopt an extreme new copyright censorship plan. A proposed law includes unprecedented new powers for media giants to charge fees for linking to their content and requirements for web sites to build censorship robots that monitor and block your content. Tweet your MEP and let them know where you stand.

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