Indie artists call on @Europarl_EN 2 to ‘Just Say’ #Yes2Copyright with Steph’s ReMix
When safe harbors for companies like YouTube were created 20 years ago, it was with the idea of providing a little latitude to reasonable people acting reasonably on the condition of being a neutral platform–for not creating an app for Room 101 where 2+2=5. Europe for Creators makes an important call on YouTube for equal time on the YouTube network.
“What no one tells you about Article 13” As we’ve read in recent reporting from Europe, Google’s Susan Wojcicki has been twisting arms among their “YouTubers” to put out videos not only opposing Article 13, but also using the Google party line. Now that’s starting to backfire because Ms Susan doesn’t really understand how this […]
“[Big Tech’s attempt] to buy critical voices in the channel that is relevant to the debate highlights the manipulative methods that have fueled or even generated parts of the protest.”
The US Congress should pay close attention to Big Tech’s interference lobbying in Europe that would curtail the legacy safe harbor.
The European Parliament needs to investigate exactly what happened in Botland with Article 13.
If you check these accounts, you may find that only a couple look real (including Doctorow). Who knows, but looks weird.
Here’s a few examples of what the Twitter campaign against Article 13 looks like, draw your own conclusions: