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#1 grog

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Posted 04 July 2018 - 02:15 PM

The EU Copyright Directive
 
 
 
 
 
July 4, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
 
The Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, also known as EU Copyright Directive and file 2016/0280(COD), is a proposed European Union directive with the stated goal to harmonise aspects of copyright law in the Digital Single Market of the European Union.[1][2] It is an attempt to adjust copyright law for the Internet by providing additional protection to rightsholders.[3][4] The European Parliament Committee on Legal Affairs approved the proposal on 20 June 2018, with further voting by the entire parliament required before it becomes law.[5][2]
 
The directive's proposals include giving publishers direct copyright over the use of their press publications by internet platforms (Article 11), requiring for-profit websites who primarily host content posted by users to take "effective and proportionate" measures to prevent unauthorised postings of copyrighted content (Article 13), and giving copyright exceptions for text and data mining by scientific research institutions.[3][6][7] As with all EU laws, both licences and exceptions will have to be implemented on a national basis.
 
Articles 11 and 13 have attracted widespread criticism from academics, human and digital rights groups, publishing, educational institutions, software developers, and the Wikimedia Foundation, the owner of Wikipedia.[8][9] Article 11 is criticised as being a "link tax" which would "allows news publishers to seek payment for reuse of snippets of articles".[10][11] Article 13 is frequently described as a "meme ban", on the basis that the content-matching technologies employed to meet its requirements cannot identify satire or other permitted uses.[12][13] Individuals who have publicly opposed the law include Tim Berners-Lee and Vint Cerf, who raise concerns regarding the costs and effectiveness of upload filters and the negative effects on free speech online.[3] A Change.org petition opposing the directive has garnered more than 758,400 signatures as of 4 July 2018.[2]
 
Supporters of the directive, largely comprised of media groups, publishers, and authors, reject these arguments and claim that a "disinformation campaign" by groups including Google, who stand to lose their privileged legal position and have spent €5.5m lobbying against the reforms.[14][15] Google also finance other prominent opponents of the directive.[10] Public supporters include Paul McCartney and Ennio Morricone.[16][17]
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#2 grog

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Posted 04 July 2018 - 02:36 PM

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Posted 04 July 2018 - 03:06 PM

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#4 LebenUndLieben

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Posted 04 July 2018 - 03:35 PM

Everything con artist politicians say would be copywrited.

So no one can criticize them without paying the creeps a nice copywrite fee.... even their names would be copywrited.


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Posted 04 July 2018 - 05:06 PM

Everything con artist politicians say would be copywrited.

So no one can criticize them without paying the creeps a nice copywrite fee.... even their names would be copywrited.

 

 

There is a desperate need for an English speaking Russian internet

 

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#6 LebenUndLieben

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Posted 04 July 2018 - 07:08 PM

 

 

There is a desperate need for an English speaking Russian internet

 

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How many people in Russia speak excellent English?

And how many USA con artists would be there to confuse everyone?


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#7 Mario Milano

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Posted 05 July 2018 - 04:13 AM

There is a desperate need for an English speaking Russian internet
 
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Pretty sure one can get yandex in english
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Posted 05 July 2018 - 12:07 PM

 
July 5, 2018
 
 
 
To all our readers in the EU
 
Thank you for your support! 
 
The European Parliament has listened to your voice and voted 318-278 against the new Copyright Directive. 
 
The proposed reform can now be amended by MEPs in September, when we hope our representatives will take our concerns into account.
 

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Posted 05 July 2018 - 03:58 PM

 

 

There is a desperate need for an English speaking Russian internet

 

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https://engforum.pra...propaganda-war/


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#10 Vanka Savolov

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Posted 05 July 2018 - 05:16 PM

"There is a desperate need for an English speaking Russian internet."

 

I have a lot of questions but I can't seem to convey a single one of them...

 

Didn't President Putin declare that he wanted to keep the Russian language pure? Perhaps that only applies to those living within Russia?

 

An English speaking Russian internet? That's somehow confusing to me, because there is this forum and RT has it's English version of its news program.

 

The whole idea sounds kind of fun, and such could help break down some barriers regards the two (very different) languages. English is full of slang and was actually intended to be a form of 'entertainment'... just ask William Shakespeare, because he was one of a few that put the English language through much 'trial and error' fashioning as a playwright.

 

What other language is there that one can use to create rhymes that is a versatile as English? There are 988,968 words in the English language according to that hyperlink. That's a lot of words. 

 

On the other hand, the Russian language has 130,000 to 150,000 words in it. That's roughly one sixth the amount of words found in English.

 

What kind of undertaking would that be to somehow mesh the two languages when there's such a vast difference in the volume of words? And many words in English have more than one meaning, depending on their contextual usage. 

 

The world may do a lot of growing-up if this idea took off in a positive direction.

 

I feel sorry for any Russians who wander down that path, because English is a confusing language, even to those whom were born into to a country that speaks such.

 

The three main 'brands' of English are British, Canadian and American. And the British will tell you that: there are only two things that truly divide Americans from the British, and that is the pond (the ocean) and a 'common' language. So funny and yet so true.


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#11 Vanka Savolov

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Posted 05 July 2018 - 06:59 PM

At the following link, you can sign-up for "word of the day" emails with Merriam-Webster. Each day you will get a new word to learn/contemplate, and also trending words and word games to challenge and/or broaden your vocabulary. Cheers!

 

https://www.merriam-...e.invalid_email


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#12 LebenUndLieben

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Posted 06 July 2018 - 04:53 AM

There is a divide in English that began in 1066 A.D.

Phariseeized Norman English vs plain talk English.

English, and German both have been infected with Talmudic definitions & introduced words designed to deceive.

in Germany they call the trick German  High German and the  plain talk German to be low German.

Originally plain talk English and Plain talk German were the same language.

Plain talk was rude, crude and direct.  Most of our cuss words are plain talk.

The Normans forbade plain talk English.... and this obsession with eliminating plain talk continues today.

Hebrew was derived from Aramaic/Syrian as a trick language used by priests & lawyers to trick people.

 

Here is an example of a trick word that used to be routinely used in courts all across America:

Do you understand the charges?

To Joe peon, understand means comprehend.

To the court tricksters, understand means to stand under, support and accept the charges.


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#13 LebenUndLieben

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Posted 06 July 2018 - 04:58 AM

A good dictionary is American Heritage Dictionary with appendix that shows many root words going to Greek, Latin, Sanskrit etc. that help mightily in getting past the tricks that society unknowingly carries.

 

Strongs Concordance and Armamaic & Greek dictionary has a lot of good stuff to track down word meanings.

Even though Strongs Aramaic dictionary uses Hebrew letters, which are easier to learn and read, he usually gets you to the core issue, but you gotta dig deep sometimes.


Edited by LebenUndLieben, 06 July 2018 - 05:00 AM.

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#14 Vanka Savolov

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Posted 06 July 2018 - 02:02 PM

Right on!

 

I've heard something like this before, but it wasn't spelled out as well as you have done, LebenUndLieben.

 

I did give the Russians a word of caution about the English Language, as confusing as it is.

 

I'm hoping that the Russians will read what you've posted here and take it in to consideration also.

 

I'm well aware of that trickery language called 'legalese' which does everything it can "in the name of justice" to rip apart societies, right down to, and including that most basic unit: the family unit. Its primary goal is to generate revenue. 

 

What do you call it when someone doesn't actually file charges, but slanders another in public for awhile, and when confronted by honest people they hold their ground, but never offer any proof? And In the course of all of that, their statements change a bit, here and there, until you are hearing several different stories over a period of time? What do you call it when these same people are challenged with this question: "if there is any truth to that, why haven't you reported to the police?" and they don't, but instead use a proxy agency?

 

And when all of that comes crashing down on the one who is being slandered, an every bit of factual evidence is presented to prove their innocents, the system convicts them anyway, in the absents of the so-called witness, who refuses to testify in court and under oath, and where there is virtually no evidence e,g,: fingerprints, any hair or fiber evidence nor DNA evidence of any kind? And where the entire police report is just hearsay, where everyone who talked to the police admit that they didn't actually witness anything save for the one person who is making the slanderous remarks, and again whom refuses to testify under oath, in a court of law?

 

It's called "railroading" and it destroys lives. Their mechanism for doing such is coercive language used to get anyone to sign a plea-bargain.

 

I'm yet to tell that story in full... because THAT happened to me. And to this day, they will add to the record, whatever it is that suit their needs, and for whatever reason, which just is a continuation of the slander... or rather libel, a literal character assassination... and they are happy about it. 


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Posted 06 July 2018 - 02:27 PM

Vanka, I'm Glad to read your experience with our inquisition legal system.

What you describe is what the inquisition did, only they used heavy duty torture in addition.

The burning of about 100 people in Waco, Texas by some witch named Janet Reno with the consent of President Clinton was just another burning of heretics.

And, all the noise requiring "political correctness" is all part of the same Talmudic oppression that has tortured and killed many, many millions of people since the Vatican began applying the same garbage that the Pharisees did in the days of He who became Apostle Paul.

 

When the doctrines and traditions of the Pharisees rule, what they did to the Green Branch is applied to the dry branches.


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