European Court of Justice: spying with national copyright censorwalls is illegal

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9 Responses to “European Court of Justice: spying with national copyright censorwalls is illegal”

  1. Stephen Douglas says:

    Hmm, it looks to me that this is actually a ruling blocking examination of individual subscribers traffic – it doesn’t seem to mention blocking entire websites accused of assisting with copyright violation.

  2. Andrew Singleton says:

    Cynical part of my brain says this ruling got passed down so the EU can continue to have fresh excuses to stare down their noses at us idiot deluded Americans.

    Hopeful part of my brain suggests that maybe the world isn’t so hosed after all.

  3. daaain says:

    Please let this mean that ACTA is effectively outlawed in the EU and thus won’t be passed by (or even better, removed from the agenda of) the EU Parliament!

  4. Ashen Victor says:

    Hurra!

  5. Toffer99 says:

    Thank goodness there’s someone – the EU – to defend us from our own British Government.

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