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!
In a huge blow to free speech, the Legal Affairs Committee of the European Parliament has voted to approve Article 13 of the Copyright Directive.
The Legal Affairs Committee members ignored the emails of over 30,000 EU citizens and pushed ahead with a regulation that could change the internet as we know it.
“What we can see here is that instead of taking into account the citizens’ interests and fundamental rights, it just seems that the Copyright Directive is more likely based on commitments towards big companies that...
It is not too late to rethink Article 13. Human rights are not in contradiction with copyright, but it's important that the EU's copyright regulation includes safeguards to protect free speech.
The EU's long-overdue copyright reform seems to be finally in sight, though far from being free speech friendly. But you can still do something to make it better.
Are you ready to do something against the censorship regulations in the draft copyright law? You can either call your representative in the European Parliament or send them our pre-drafted email. Or do both.
In an attempt to avoid copyright infringement, the proposal includes measures that will violate users' right to free speech and privacy. Here are five ways the copyright proposal will impact you if it's passed in its current form.