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YouTube sounds call to arms as Article 13 approval imminent

YouTube has spoken out again heeding fresh words of warning regarding Article 13, the controversial censorship reform waved through by the European Parliament five months ago, otherwise known as Europe’s less theatrical equivalent to the implosion of net neutrality in the US. YouTube has gone all-out with a new campaign, launching the website saveyourinternet.com, featuring a video run down of FAQs along with testimonials from YouTube stars and other internet personalities, notably Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the worldwide web’s founding father. It has urged users of YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Reddit, Dailymotion, SoundCloud, Snapchat and more to upload their own #SaveYourInternet content to pressure the European Parliament into a rethink. YouTube alone has a monthly global user base of 1.8 billion, in…

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