In September 2017, the European Commission adopted a “Communication” on illegal content online, full of demands that somebody – but not them and not the Member States – should do something to fight illegal content online....Read More
On 7 May 2018, the Eastern High Court in Denmark delivered a ruling that internet service providers (ISPs) are not required to disclose subscriber information in file sharing cases. This represents a major change of the previous...Read More
In the early morning of 20 June 2018, German police forces raided several locations – the headquarters of the privacy group Zwiebelfreunde, and the homes of three of its board members, as well as the association OpenLab, which...Read More
EU Parliamentaries decided today, 5 July 2018, that the initial text proposed as the Copyright Directive Reform needs to be re-opened for edits. This will allow the 751 MEPs to propose amendments in September and call for the...Read More
Wikimedia is an integral part of a large movement of civil society stakeholders, technologists, creators, and human rights defenders, who all recognize the importance of a free and open web for culture, progress, and democracy....Read More
Many feared (and some hoped) that the European Parliament’s JURI Committee vote on the 20th of June would be the end of our campaign, as well as the end of the open internet. Not so fast, the censorship machine is not a done...Read More
This week we have published a new analysis of the proposal for upload filters in the copyright Directive proposal. The paper is a new paragraph-by-paragraph analysis of relevant parts in the text adopted by the Legal Affairs...Read More
Spain has been one of the countries of the European Union that has most shamefully stood out for its government’s attitude against freedom of expression and information. During the government of former President Mariano Rajoy,...Read More
The fact that the European Commission has drafted a proposal for a Directive for the protection of whistleblowers is welcome news. It is the result of the prolonged efforts of many activist organisations and several EU...Read More
Today, the Norwegian Consumer Council (NNC), a consumers group active on the field of digital rights, has published a report on how default settings and “dark patterns” are used by techs companies such as Facebook, Google and...Read More
With just eleven months to go before the 2019 European elections, European citizens’ reactions to certain aspects of the Copyright Directive means that there is more interest than ever in what decisions are being made by the...Read More
The European Network Against Racism (ENAR) and European Digital Rights (EDRi) joined forces to draw up some core principles in the fight against illegal content online. Our position paper springs both from the perspective of...Read More
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