WIN: The EU Parliament sends copyright law back to the drawing board
Today, the European Parliament sided with Internet users and voted to reject the proposed copyright proposal, which includes the dangerous Link Tax and Censorship Machine provisions.
We did it! Today, the European Parliament voted to reject the proposed copyright proposal, which includes the dangerous Link Tax and Censorship Machine provisions.
This is a major victory! We have been fighting against these threatening articles within the copyright proposal for years. And now that it’s finally made it to the EU parliament, they heard our message loud and clear: We will not let them break the Internet.
This simply would not have been possible without your help. Over the past few weeks alone, more than 750,000 people reached out to Members of the European Parliament to make sure they knew how bad these proposals are.
This has been a long battle, and the fight isn’t over yet. It currently looks like the proposal will return for vote in the fall. And today’s vote was a close one: 318–278. So there will be more to come over the summer as we work to keep up the momentum, and defeat the Link Tax and Censorship Machines once and for all.
But first, we celebrate! Because in these long and hard battles, it’s crucial to take a moment to recognize how far we’ve come, and the progress we’ve made. Today is a great day. Thank you for helping to make this possible.