The Copyright Directive passed by the European Parliament is a big step backward for human rights and the freedom of the internet in Europe.
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The next vote on a new EU copyright regulation is just around the corner – our last chance to demand a law that safeguards our free speech online. Add your voice to ours and help protect the freedom of the internet!
September is just around the corner, and we have an important task to do before the 12th: tell European Parliamentarians to protect our free speech!
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has come under heavy criticism from Jewish groups and anti-racism organizations after he suggested that Holocaust denial should be allowed on his company's platform. During an...
Members of the European Parliament rejected the Copyright Directive proposal in its current form, leaving time until September to find a free speech-friendly solution instead of the proposed upload filtering.
If Article 13 becomes law, it will severely restrict your online free speech. But it's not too late to stop this from happening. Say no to censorship – join our campaign now and make your voice heard!
The EU is finalising a new censorship proposal. If it becomes law, the content you try to upload and share with your friends will be filtered out and banned by bots, all in the name of copyright protection. Send our email to European parliamentarians!
The trial of two men accused of harassing French journalist Nadia Daam online has begun in Paris. The organization Reports Without Borders (RSF) says the case is important as it points to the need to more actively...
Social media companies are making changes to their services ahead of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) entering force on May 25. Snapchat now says it will stop retaining certain data, including precise...