Articles 11 and 13 reprisesIt's been known that Articles 11 & 13 was rejected, and now they Reprise again. Article 11 & 13 is sections of the directive will completely reconfigure websites’ responsibilities when it comes to enforcing copyrights. Until the given online platforms broad protection from being subject to copyright penalties, they simply would act as a conduit for user uploads. It’s very similar to the laws in the U.S. that exempt YouTube from penalties as long as its making its best effort to take down infringing material when it’s reported. YouTube uses an automated content recognition system combined with an army of human beings to review the material users’ upload. It costs the company millions of dollars to do this.
They'd be powered by bots that basically would have errors and just copyright majority of things, they don't have protection. And this could mean we may not have our Freedom of the Internet if we don't stand our ground!
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