It is crucial that Google is voicing its concerns about the D.E. Bill so openly alongside that all-important reminder that it does care about copyright protection.I see plenty of misguided suggestions that Google wants a "free-for-all" and feel it would help to highlight the existence of tools to prevent abuse of copyright and make them available to those without the resources of large media companies to monitor & spot illegal usage.For writers it's easy to search for your own text using text, but there need to be audio/photo/video equivalents for everyone. In the UK a company called Radiomonitor does audio tracking for radio which works out exactly where material has been used and yet, surprisingly, I can't see anything like this from Google.
Thank you for highlighting this important issue. Having read the draft legislation, I'm actually aghast how ill-defined and broad clause 17 is.There seems to be a schizophrenic policy making in Europe at the moment. The EU E-Privacy Directive seems to prize citizens' individual privacy, but at the same time the UK government is planning to give itself potentially huge powers to do, basically, as it pleases.
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