[Foundation-l] Blackout at Italian Wikipedia - What exactly does the proposed law say?

Lodewijk lodewijk at effeietsanders.org
Thu Oct 6 13:28:59 UTC 2011

I mean Wikipedia (or websites like Wikipedia) specific. Italian text will
have to do - Google translate does miracles :) I think what would be really
great is a set of statements/suggestions, so not just by one expert. For
one, the Rodotà  statement was not exactly what I was looking for at some
point, so perhaps another statement by someone else clarifies better.

Thanks a lot,


No dia 6 de Outubro de 2011 15:20, Federico Leva (Nemo)
<nemowiki at gmail.com>escreveu:

> Lodewijk, 06/10/2011 14:24:
> > No dia 6 de Outubro de 2011 14:01, Federico Leva (Nemo)
> > escreveu:
> >
> >> This doesn't mean that we've misinformed users: prominent jurists agree
> >> that the proposed law is absolutely crazy for Wikipedia and other
> >> websites; and the community had discussed and assessed the effects of
> >> the proposed law for a long time before.
> >>
> >
> > it's not that I dont trust you - but several people have asked me for
> such
> > opinions. Is there somewhere an overview of legal experts interpreting
> > this?
> Yes, there are some, but do you mean for websites in general or for
> Wikipedia specifically? Are Italian texts enough?
> I've linked only a statement by Rodotà before because I can't imagine a
> more authoritative one now (I'm open to suggestions), but WMI is now
> asking more thorough analysis to legal experts.
> Nemo
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