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Blake Rivera
Blake Rivera

torrentfreak.com/eu-ministers-approve-copyright-directive-including-article-17-13-190415/

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Nicholas Baker
Nicholas Baker

Brexit was the right choice

Alexander Allen
Alexander Allen

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Jayden Scott
Jayden Scott

Won't big companies just move their servers out of Europe so they can just ignore this shit, if its really a big deal? Not like the EU has any power if you have no presence in the EU. You don't have to obey EU law if you simply just let EU citizens connect to your site without being hosted in the EU?

Xavier Harris
Xavier Harris

No, you still have to comply with the law if you store data of EU citizens (for the GDPR law)
No idea with this new law (because it's not even a law yet), but it would be something similar

Carson Phillips
Carson Phillips

Spexit
Frexit
Germexit
Italexit
Grexit
Etc...

Finally, the EU’s great disintegration
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Jacob Allen
Jacob Allen

Kinda surprised we ended up voting no considering how utterly cucked we are by the EU.

Jack Fisher
Jack Fisher

How do they plan to enforce that. Seriously, the EU is just a bunch of retards with Napoleon complexes.

Josiah Allen
Josiah Allen

I don't know yet. Every member states will enforce it with a law in the spirit of the directive in the next few years

Nathan Morales
Nathan Morales

I was talking about how they're going to enforce laws outside the EU.

Julian Ortiz
Julian Ortiz

*breathes in*

Ryan Watson
Ryan Watson

UK voted yes
Why the fuck are they still there?

Aaron Diaz
Aaron Diaz

You basically have a representative operating in the EU even if you're a foreign company to manage your EU assets, and he's going to get fined
If he and the company refuse the EU will ask the law enforcement equivalent in the other country

Ryan Martin
Ryan Martin

I swear to god people ITT are a bunch of retards, imagine thinking article 13 will affect your life

Kayden Ross
Kayden Ross

terreg too

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Ian Thomas
Ian Thomas

Romania voting Yes
Maybe the fucking politicians or the heads of state hoping to get more money off a shit like that somehow, I sure as hell wouldn't want that shit to happen.

Julian Hernandez
Julian Hernandez

cope

Kevin Richardson
Kevin Richardson

red = based
green = cringe

Ethan Wilson
Ethan Wilson

The EU as a whole doesn't enforce any laws. Countries have the draft their own laws according to EU directives.

Eli Sanchez
Eli Sanchez

what's yellow?

Dominic Kelly
Dominic Kelly

And how are they going to enforce their laws outside the EU as has been described?

Wyatt Sanchez
Wyatt Sanchez

so are we fucked?

Anthony Mitchell
Anthony Mitchell

Who knows? It's not a law yet
Belgium could apply it very mildly

Eli Hill
Eli Hill

SWEDEN
...no?

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Dylan Gray
Dylan Gray

What does that even mean? That they're going to send a very angry letter?

Christian Morgan
Christian Morgan

No, fining them like GDPR infractions
If you want to keep operating in the EU you have to pay the fine

Parker Hughes
Parker Hughes

But how would the law reach them if they're not based within the EU?

Jack Ortiz
Jack Ortiz

Abstaining vote

Samuel Peterson
Samuel Peterson

Their representatives are. Also they want to keep operating here so they wouldn't try to avoid the fine

Henry Bell
Henry Bell

Because the EU are a bunch of spineless retards.

Leo Morgan
Leo Morgan

Do we know which party voted how on this? Or politicians.

Isaac Ortiz
Isaac Ortiz

I told ya

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Leo White
Leo White

The Copyright Directive was adopted, with 348 Members of Parliament in favor, 274 against, and 36 abstentions.

That, however, wasn’t the end of the road as the legislation still needed to be approved by the Council of Ministers (the EU’s main legislative body) before formal adoption
That, however, wasn’t the end of the road as the legislation still needed to be approved by the Council of Ministers (the EU’s main legislative body) before formal adoption

Austin Davis
Austin Davis

EU member states will now have two years to implement the law, which requires platforms like YouTube to sign licensing agreements with creators in order to use their content. If that is not possible, they will have to ensure that infringing content uploaded by users is taken down and not re-uploaded to their services.

Jaxson White
Jaxson White

The entertainment lobby will not stop here, over the next two years, they will push for national implementations that ignore users’ fundamental rights,” comments Julia Reda.

Jack Brooks
Jack Brooks

our gov already aprovd it.
Not much you can do.

Colton Hughes
Colton Hughes

based uk going out with a bang

Nathaniel Turner
Nathaniel Turner

fpbp

Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson

how to destroy the eu:
1. do not pay taxes/work
2, vote for muslims to come and vote for shariah
3. if you can do business with the chinese and try to trick your country into becoming part of the "belts and road initiative"

as for me, I guess I am not part of the Allah crew - Allah would make sure roasties, fags and jews be put in their place.

and all of this because the eu decided that me watching right wing material on youtube is bad.

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Caleb Gutierrez
Caleb Gutierrez

AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHH!!
Sure, they won't make services blocked in the EU!

Jack Rivera
Jack Rivera

That's the reason why we don't have facebook anymore I guess
businessinsider.com/facebook-eu-fine-163-billion-massive-data-breach-50-million-users-2018-10?IR=T

Eli Morales
Eli Morales

first worlders actually get in trouble for pirating games
lmao

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