But yeah, I agree it wasn’t that bad.
It was always messy.
Ouch, well there’s always next time.
The thing is, this site is really small, compared to the others.
You do have a point, Germany’s implementation of A17 wasn’t that bad
One more thing (You can take this into consideration):
While Derpi is in the EU, the service provider (Cloudflare) is in the US.
Now, i assume the EU is well aware that politicians here want 230 gone.
I think that if this does happen (which is unlikely), this could give the EU the excuse to make upload filters mandatory (again, unlikely).
Note that there are some internet groups who fight to make things better here. That said, you can’t always expect a win.
It’s what makes the chances of the world wide web remaining like this better or worse.
Here in the US, we have Anti 230 stuff, whereas in EU they have Article 17.
If the internet wasn’t as big, we’d still have the problems we had in the days before streaming. But there Wouldn’t be any stuff like those 2 above, so It’s a trade off.
That said, i hope you give me your thoughts on this and this.
I think you’re gonna have to tell the guys that run this site that they’ll have to start planning on shutting down. I’m so sorry
Cough. Well, this might sound a bit harsh, but: People would probably listen to you more if most of your posts about EU Internet policy didn’t always have a certain “The government wants to kill ma Internet!” undertone.Basically, I can understand your anxiety towards the EU policy. Most politicians in the EU are generally uneducated, uninformed and in general not really arrived in the 21st century. In the worst case, they are also influenced by certain lobby groups. BUT: The EU is not an oppressive state like China. It is not even a state as such. It is a huge, bloated and frighteningly ineffective organization, but it also suffers from the fundamental problem that the wrong goals are often pursued here for the right reasons.I had a conversation with a neighbor who is a policeman. We both came to the conclusion that even if the EU decides something at some point, it does not mean that it can be implemented immediately 1:1 by the respective member states. Or ever will. Often, for example, law enforcement lacks the appropriate financial resources and/or appropriately trained personnel.Will say: Please, posts gladly always everything whatever you want. I don’t want to get involved in that at all. But maybe in the future you should try to raise your concern in a slightly different (more calm and thoughtful) way. ;-)
Something you should think about.
What a messy world we live in
I’m more annoyed than scared honestly however luckily so far only two are sponsoring and let’s hope it stays that way as the less cosponsers it has, the less likely it is to pass.
That’s nearly a month from now.
I don’t come from the Philippines, though.
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