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  • Johnny Alpha

    Some people have very weird ideas of what our (European) laws actually mean; in an attempt to curtail ‘hate mail’ and ‘botting’ the EU has made providers responsible for content – the internet equivilent of making parents liable for the actions of under (legal) aged children.
    Who has handed out the largest fines to Facetwat and the ilk for social manipulation?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZ5LpwO-An4

    • Rokas Akanichas

      Mostly yeah, but that can still open up a new can of worms. I just wish this was more thoughtfully analyzed, before going through.

      • Johnny Alpha

        It’s moving too fast – leglisation can’t keep up so the EU has applied a ‘brake’ process which means the people in charge of content will have to be careful how they use their accelerators …

        • Rokas Akanichas

          hopefully, yeah

  • Cayne

    I am genuinely curious how hoody and his crew are dealing with all this meme ending nonesense

    • Johnny Alpha

      LooooL!!! It will never end!! but seeing as we’re platformed through Disqust, surely that’ll be their responsibility?! No?

    • HoodieDog

      For now, it doesn’t apply to us because we are under the “€10 million annual turnover” triggered by the Article. There is some thought that threshold will be reduced, but that may take years.

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