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ARTICLE 13 has been approved by members of the European Parliament. This is set to be welcomed by many musicians and creators who claim the reforms are needed to fairly compensate artists. What is Article 13? Article 13 would make big online platforms like YouTube and Facebook responsible for scanning content for anything copyrighted and ensuring the holders are paid a fair fee, which critics warn could extend to parodies and memes being "caught in the crosshairs". The law has divided many, with musicians including Paul McCartney saying that the reforms are necessary to fairly compensate artists, while critics such as Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales have argued that the impact will fall most on ordinary users of the internet. When did the new EU copyright laws get approved? On Wednesday, September 12, the Copyright Directive was passed. The directive was supported by 438 members, while 226 voted against and 39 abstained, after MEPs opted to revise the law in an earlier vote in July. … [Read more...] about What is Article 13, when did the new EU copyright laws get approved and what do they mean?
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China has reportedly arrested another Canadian just a few days after detaining analyst and former diplomat Michael Kovrig. The second detainee is Michael Spavor, a businessman with ties to North Korea who helped arrange meetings between dictator Kim Jong-un and former basketball star Dennis Rodman. Reporting about arrests in China is often fraught with speculation because the authoritarian government has a habit of making arrests without due process and throwing people in prison for years before getting around to charging them with a crime, but the state-run Xinhua news service confirmed on Thursday that action has been taken against two unnamed Canadians:Coercive measures have been taken against two Canadians on suspicion of jeopardizing China’s national security, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said Thursday. According to China’s Criminal Law and the Criminal Procedure Law, Beijing Municipal Bureau of State Security and the state security bureau in the … [Read more...] about China Takes ‘Coercive Measures’ Against Canadian Friend of Kim Jong-un
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