Europe Wants to Ban You From Uploading Your Favorite Meme – Daily Beast


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Europe Wants to Ban You From Uploading Your Favorite Meme
Daily Beast
Those filters could mark the death knell—at least in Europe—for social media use of popular memes like “Distracted Boyfriend” or the entire universe of SpongeBob memes. That's because the filters created to prevent users from posting copyrighted
EU's controversial meme-banning copyright law passes first hurdleDigital Trends
Can The EU Really Ban Memes?Inverse
Europe considers internet copyright law that would kill your favorite GIFs and memesMashable
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