"TU: It will also in the future be able to share articles and memes"
"This is an opinion piece. It is the writer who stands for the views that are put forward in the text, not Against."
"SLUTREPLIK. Mattias Bjärnemalm from the Pirate party writes in its reply to the TU's op-ed on the EU's proposal for a new copyright rules, to a modern copyright law should protect the memes. "
"we think, therefore we are positive to the EU's new rules for copyright because it would mean that we can share memes in the same way as in the day. Both memes and other forms of satire, criticism or parody will be permitted, just as in the day. The exceptions stated clearly and explicitly in the new proposal."
"The new rules from the EU means that newspapers need to be reimbursed when longer excerpts of their articles are copied by internet platforms like Google or Facebook. "
"the Rules will affect only commercial companies why individuals in the future will be able to share articles. It also means that onlineencyklopedier that Wikipedia is not covered. Moreover, links and short extracts completely the exception and are not changed by the new rules."
"in Contrast, ensures the new rules that the copyright is changing in pace with digitisation, so that journalists and writers can get paid for their work. Today many part of the news and entertainment through various digital channels and social media, which copyright needs to be adapted. It is reasonable to internetplattformarna pay for themselves when they take advantage of other people's achievements and the creation."
"nJeanette Gustafsdotter, ceo, mediehusens association TU – Media in Sweden"
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