I am generally not in favour of such a proposal. However, it is not
fully inconceivable to have a quota mandate for pages like youtube and
highly frequented pages with suggestions to respect quotas. All I am
saying is that technical feasibility is not the issue here :)
Secondly, (major and/or traditional) broadcasters are quick to
highlight that it appears ideosyncratic to have the same broadcasting
company with the same content under different mandates just because
the method of transportation for the content changes from linear to
nonlinear content with regards to questions such as advertisement
breaks, Closed captioning requirements or language pluralism.
On Wed, Mar 2, 2016 at 5:22 PM, Gervase Markham <gerv(a)mozilla.org> wrote:
On 02/03/16 16:13, Dimitar Parvanov Dimitrov wrote:
*Audiovisual Media Services Directive *
Idea of applying national/minority programming quotas that exist for
broadcasters and cinemas to online platforms.
How does that make any sense whatsoever for a website which does not
have a broadcasting schedule?
"Before we show you House Of Cards, please be advised that the EU
requires that you watch 7.3 minutes of amateur drama in Finnish."
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