re:publica 2015 – States think we’re stupid: Internet censorship around Europe since ACTA

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re:publica 2015 – Kirsten Fiedler, Joe McName: Internet censorship around EU since ACTA

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In 2012, we won against ACTA. But did we, really? We criticized ACTA for its corporate censorship provisions. After the overwhelming vote in the EU Parliament, there was hope that the populist reliance on companies to regulate the digital world would be killed once and for good. Since then however, countries have been pushing for more “cooperation with industry” in the absence of human rights safeguards.

Kirsten Fiedler
http://edri.org

Joe McNamee
https://edri.org

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re:publica 2015 – States think we’re stupid: Internet censorship around Europe since ACTA
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