Wikimedia Eesti will also join the action tomorrow.
11.06.2018 12:03 Pierre-Yves Beaudouin kirjutas:
FYI WMFr will participate tomorrow to this action day. Will other
affiliates relay this call to action ?
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*Get Ready for the 12 June #SaveYourInternet Action Day*
In this update on the #SaveYourInternet campaign:
* *Good News:* We're Getting Heard & the Message is Spreading
* *12 June #SaveYourInternet Action Day: *Our Plans & How To Help
* *Mythbusting:* Article 13 Misunderstanding & Misinformation
*Good News: We're Getting Heard & the Message is Spreading*
BBC News picked-up <https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-44412025> the
#SaveYourInternet campaign (see the Tweet
<https://twitter.com/BBCTech/status/1005040338401193984>). A big
thanks to Jim Killock of the UK's Open Rights Group (ORG
<https://www.openrightsgroup.org>) for the thorough explanation to BBC.
In the short time since the campaign has been launched, the
#SaveYourInternet hashtag has already been used in over 5.000 tweets
by almost 3.000 people, but *we still need to make a lot more noise to
get our message heard by everyone*!
*12 June #SaveYourInternet Action Day: Our Plans & How To Help*
*12 June = #SaveYourInternet Action Day: *On that day, our homepage
<https://saveyourinternet.eu> will feature a special 'Call to Action'
message. We'll encourage visitors to Tweet to their Members of the
European Parliament, with the #SaveYourInternet hashtag.
*_How To Help_*
*Support the 12 June Action Day:* You can support this action day in
multiple ways, namely through:
1. *Banners:* Add one of our #SaveYourInternet Action Day banner to
your website (see the banners that you can use before 12 June
the banners that you can use on 12 June
and our general banners
2. *Blogs:* Write a blog post about it (see our blog here
<https://saveyourinternet.eu/act-now/> and the mythbuster
check our resources <https://saveyourinternet.eu/resources/>, and
find images that you can re-use here
3. *Mailinglists & social media:* Inform your network through your
mailinglists and social media channels.
If you tweet don't forget to add the #SaveYourInternet hashtag so that
everyone can spot it and amplify your message, and if you publish
anything or add a banner to your website, *please add your efforts to
this Google doc
so that we can keep track of what's happening and how everyone's
contributing to this fight.
*Support the campaign in general:* Several organisations have already
committed their support to this effort, and we count on all other
civil society organisations to follow this example.**If you want to
support this effort, reply to this email with your logo.
*Mythbusting: Article 13 Misunderstanding & Misinformation*
Journalist Glyn Moody <https://twitter.com/glynmoody> debunks the
misunderstanding and misinformation out there about Article 13 in a
new article on Boing Boing
as he observes that "*the copyright directive in general, and Article
13 in particular,* *very often hinge*[*s*]*on* (...) *subtle points*".
In his article he explains the EU legislative process, and why we need
to act now, and tackles the fact that:
* it's still filtering, even if you don't say the word "filtering";
* this goes way beyond notice-and-takedown;
* there's no magic filter for all types of content;
* the GDPR is an ally, not the enemy.
*About the Copyright for Creativity (C4C) coalition*
Created in 2010, Copyright for Creativity (C4C
<http://copyright4creativity.eu/>) is a broad-based coalition that
seeks an informed debate on how copyright can more effectively promote
innovation, access, and creativity. C4C represents libraries,
scientific and research institutions, consumers, digital rights
groups, technology businesses, and educational and cultural heritage
institutions that share a common view on copyright embodied by C4C's
Declaration and Copyright Manifesto
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