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Meghan Sali | Without an exception for nonprofits, monitoring and filtering provisions in the EU Commission's new copyright law would bankrupt some of our favourite services -- like Wikipedia
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Meghan Sali | Not only is OpenMedia defending your digital rights at the Supreme Court, but our work will help to eliminate cases of censorship-by-copyright online.
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Ruth Coustick-Deal | Commission submits "some of the worst copyright rules in the world" to the European Parliament, including unprecedented new Link Tax powers for publishing giants.
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Meghan Sali | Basing an overall decision on TPP on such a flawed and limited assessment would be "like buying a used car sight unseen."
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David Christopher | The Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled that it can be illegal for websites merely to link to copyrighted content, even if they don't host such content themselves.
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Marie Aspiazu | As the TPP grows weaker in the U.S. major uncertainty revolves around its successful ratification. But is it too early to throw confetti? Let's take a look at where the 12 signatories stand.
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Ruth Coustick-Deal | Over 100 groups have come together to save the link. Here's what just five of them have been doing to make this campaign a huge success.
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What's Left Editors | The latest edition of What's Left This Week looks at mental health and meaningful work, youth employment, Black Lives Matter and copyright.
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Michael Geist | The TPP's effort to regulate how Internet providers and hosts address allegations of copyright infringement presents is a major source of trouble.
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Michael Geist | The copyright term extension in the TPP will have major negative effects on Canada, chief among them restrictions to access, huge costs and no additional incentive for creativity.
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David Christopher | Canada's 2015 federal election is shaping up to be a decisive contest, with Canadians' fundamental freedoms on the line.
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Steve Anderson, Meghan Sali, Digital Freedom Update | Any extension of powers for ISPs to voluntarily make warrantless disclosures of private information would be exposing Canadians to great risk, and undermining our domestic democratic process.