Facebook’s upload filter is automatically punishing Facebook users for uploading a harmless Spongebob Squarepants meme.
Rehashed versions of the report are coming to an Amazon page near you.
It’s not the first time President Trump has been warned against skirting the line on the use of intellectual property.
19 countries backed the Directive, six voted against it, and three abstained. All EU member states will now be required to write the Directive into their national law by 2021.
Starz used false copyright claims to censor a tweet from TorrentFreak that was reporting on a Starz TV show being leaked online. TorrentFreak called out this censorship in a response article and Starz doubled down by using further bogus claims to censor this response article on Twitter.
YouTube issued a community guidelines strike against Sheila Allen for a playlist which contained videos from other creators and none of her own content.
The political commentator also said he will challenge all manifestations of radical leftism as he finds them and expose them to the public via his YouTube channel so the public can see what EU officials are doing behind closed doors.
PewDiePie’s first stream will be on April 14 and he says that he’ll be streaming on DLive “very frequently.”
Reddit Legal said that the subreddit was generating too many copyright infringement notices and would be banned if it didn’t address the problem, despite claims that many of these notices were false.
This is the last chance to stop Articles 11 (the link tax) and 13 (the meme ban/upload filter) of the EU Copyright Directive. If Germany, Sweden, or the UK oppose the Directive in the EU Council, there may be further negotiations and amendments before it’s passed.