EU civil society says Commission’s copyright guidance violates ‘fundamental rights’

A backlash has arisen from those in the civil rights community who feel that Article 17 of the directive, designed to ensure that platforms would no longer make copyright-infringing work available online, breaches fundamental rights. In particular, the contingent took aim on Monday (14 September) at the proposed use of automated content-blocking technologies in the detection of copyright-infringing material online.

Source: EU civil society says Commission’s copyright guidance violates ‘fundamental rights’

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