Critics: Article 13 could “destroy the internet as we know it”

The EU has proposed a new directive on copyright, encompassing a number of sections that have met with stringent criticism from policy experts and digital rights groups. At the heart of this ire is Article 13, a section on the use of protected content by “information society service providers” (ISSPs), which store and give access to material uploaded by users.

Source: Article 13 could “destroy the internet as we know it”: What is it, why is it controversial and what will it mean for memes?

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