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David Christopher, Digital Freedom Update | 2017 is here, and it's clear it will be a make-or-break year for Internet freedom. Let's take a look at some of the big challenges ahead.
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Ruth Coustick-Deal | We're hosting a Reddit AMA! Save the Date and join us for all your #savethelink questions.
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Ruth Coustick-Deal | The link is under attack. But right now it’s in the hands of elected representatives that have the chance to stop it and you can tell them directly why they need to Save the Link.
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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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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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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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Ruth Coustick-Deal | The European Commission hasn't released the data that they say justifies the link tax. Where are your voices and their consultation response?
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Ruth Coustick-Deal | A new leak from the European Commission lays out the not-so-specific details of the link tax law and other copyright reforms. And guess what? They only serve media industry giants.
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Ruth Coustick-Deal | Recent leaked Impact Assessment shows the European Commission intend to push ahead with link tax and ignore public consultation process.