Jimmy Wales, Tim Berners-Lee in warn that EU 'copyright filter' will mean 'automated surveillance'

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This sort of thing will definitely not be allowed under the EU copyright directive
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This sort of thing will definitely not be allowed under the EU copyright directive

Proposed EU copyright laws would undermine EU dot-coms, campaigners warn

Jimmy Wales and Tim Berners-Lee are among the 70 big names that have signed an open letter to the President of the European Parliament, warning that proposals for a 'copyright filter' in the forthcoming...

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