"today, the EU approved fortunately the new rules for copyright online."
"No, it does not mean that the internet dies."
"the Debate on the new copyright directive has been unusually hateful, which in our polarized time not saying a little."
"the Climate is poisoned, politicians working with bill has mordhotats and both sides in the battle have testified that an unusually frantically press from skilled and less skilled lobbyists."
"A quirky trait, particularly in the Swedish debate has been that the EU is about to introduce the evil of rules kills freedom online and to stifle the democratic contribution that the new technology has brought."
"It's going to want to pull the covers over and sleep for ten years for less. One and the other is certainly to say about the EU, but the politicians in Brussels are keen for their own good and not the least bit eager to stick to the laws that would lead to the justified outcry from Haparanda to Crete."
"So what's this battle about? In order to understand it we must first analyse what copyright is. Which is both easy and difficult."
"Simply that it is not a pedagogically tedious task to point out that the creator of a song, novel or computer software shall also have the right to decide how the piece is to be used, and paid for the dissemination of it."
"Difficult because the law is complicated and must take into account the related interests, such as recording and film studios, and the right of individuals to express their opinion."
"The EU wants to deal with is the problem that arises when companies with huge platforms on the web are using materials that users usually have to pay for in their own, free channels."
"It can be music. It can be journalism. It can be a video artist."
"the Directive will mean that a new right is introduced for publishers such as journalism. The european media should be able to conclude agreements with nätjättarna about how their materials may be used, and what it should cost."
"This is not the original. The film industry has a similar solution. Similarly, most video services is on the network."
"admittedly, It is about time that something is done. The current copyright act is 20 years old and was written at a time when the majority of EU citizens used the internet to with admirable patience to wait to upload any substandard online by a journal and the kids had hotmail and hung on the long since defunct forum."
"So what bråkas it about? It is, above all, article 11 and 13 of the directive which has led to high blood pressure of various activists."
"Article 11 of the press and publishers have the right to request the replacement of the platforms which have linked to, for example, nyhersartiklar."
"If you add up this column on fejan so, Aftonbladet have the right to request the reimbursement of Facebook."
"in Article 13 means that the added-up first need to be examined for that platform should not violate copyright laws."
"Critics of the sections leads to misery. You must check that you have the right to share everything before you put it up. The copyright to this article and really got paid."
"in Addition, it is alleged that the sites for frimärksamlare, left-handed and emokids are affected. And to top it all will filters installed which filter the satire and parodies."
"So will fortunately not be the case. The law contains wording that protects the small players that are not driven by commercial reasons. It is the colossians who should pay. And they have advice. Google's turnover corresponds to the entire Swedish state budget."
"And lagstiftningsdirektivet has been improved and refined, and the risk of horrible filters is negligible."
"Yes, I am talking in the own thing in this matter. Aftonbladet is one of the companies whose production is used by Google and Facebook as a basis to peddle ads. But even a person who is a party to the proceedings has the right to express opinions. "
"today met the EU agriculture ministers in Luxembourg, and voted through the directive. Jordbrukspolitiker? No, this is not one of their issues. It is one of the so-called ”A-points”, which are färdigförhandlade and just waiting on that hammer."
"In Sweden, the EU-committee in last week's thumbs down. But the stupidity didn't matter. The majority of the new law was great."
"Sweden will have two years to transpose the new rules into national law. And after the practice is crafted in the Swedish courts. It'll take time."
"Maybe weirdness. Laws that are proven to get effects other than the desirable is not an unknown phenomenon in the legal history. But such usually be corrected."
"Activists will raise the alarm and do to this day."
"Many others have reason to rejoice. These include the european publishers, artists, journalists, musicians, photographers and others."
"They should get reasonable compensation by the american giants."