Saru Posted June 6, 2018 Author #26 Share Posted June 6, 2018 (IP: Staff) · 3 minutes ago, Helen of Annoy said: Worst case scenario, according to Pirate Party interpretation of proposed regulation that in effect would be a recommendation, not a law. I don't understand your obsession with bringing the Pirate Party in to this. Quote Even that worst case does not prohibit your users from referring to certain piece. Based on what I've read about this, it does. Under this legislation, sites would be expected to pay news sites for the privilege of quoting from or linking to them. Small sites can't afford to do that so the only option would be to block all such linking/quoting. This already happened when Spain enacted a similar legislation a while back - even Google shut down it's Spanish news section. Quote Only would prohibit you from claiming eventual profit from the handling of someone else's property. As I said before, this isn't about piracy/plagiarism - those laws already exist. Quote If you want to discuss it, I cannot wait for the moment it will be discussion, without the regular large quantity propaganda material posters. This isn't a discussion ? Also - "large quantity propaganda posters"... what is this in reference to ? 3 Top Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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