What Will Europe's Internet Look Like After Passage Of Orwellian Directive?
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Last month, members of the EU Parliament voted to advance a controversial copyright directive that contains provisions forcing tech giants to install content filters, while also setting in place a potential tax on hyperlinking. 

The bill, known as Article 13, would filter everything anyone posts online and match it to a crowdsourced database of "copyrighted works" which anyone can add or change. 

Good job, EU.

Once again, you have proven that your MEPs are old people who have not understood...


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