Over the last few years, internet privacy has been shaken to the core numerous times. From Net Neutrality to Broadband Privacy rules, governing bodies have been actively taking part in mass surveillance of netizens, only making lives more complicated online.
EU Copyright Directive shuns innovation and free speech by restricting how content is shared online. As per Article 11, publishers will now charge platforms like Google News when they display snippets of news stories, while Article 13 emphasizes on sites like YouTube to duly stop users from uploading copyrighted content.
The EU directive raises serious questions about the future implications for free online expression, innovation, and the freedom to publish. This means moderators will be required to audit any and all content that is to be published on their platform.
The internet won’t be the same as websites will be required to use content recognition technologies to scan videos, audio, text, photos, and code bots which ensure content providers/meme generators aren’t violating copyright laws.
The first law that invaded your privacy was Net Neutrality which legally allowed ISPs to monitor, record and sell your online activities.
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