EU’s Article 17 Consultation Reinvigorates ‘Upload Filter’ Debate 

The European Commission is working on a guidance document for member states, clarifying how Article 17 of the new Copyright Directive should be implemented. The proposal has reinvigorated the ‘upload filter’ debate. According to copyright groups, the EU is watering down the earlier agreement by suggesting the “likely legitimate” content should not be immediately removed. At the same time, upload filter opponents are calling for more human reviews.

Source: EU’s Article 17 Consultation Reinvigorates ‘Upload Filter’ Debate * TorrentFreak

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