The Charger Bulletin

Article Thirteen is Out to Get Your Memes

The European Parliament's new copyright directive has been nicknamed the

Nicole Manall, Opinion Editor

February 12, 2019

Article 13 of the European Parliament’s new copyright directive has initiated fears that memes will effectively be banned, and platforms such as YouTube and Facebook will need to pay publishers when individuals link their websites. Simply put, this copyright directive places more responsibility ...

Controversy Arises over Sudden Censorship

Elissa Sanci

April 3, 2013

Internet Censorship: the control or suppression of what can be accessed, viewed or published on the Internet. This act can be carried out in governments or in private institutions, such as a business, or, in our case, a university. Students returned from Spring Break, excited to tackle the remaining eight weeks of ...

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