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The EU is one step closer to regulating the internet

For one reason or another, there is nothing negative about all the white middle-aged people who rule Europe. It is the definition of power that one can exercise it in a way that shows that one is above the rules others must follow. Caption: European Commissioner for Internal Market Thierry Breton arrives for a meeting of European Union defense ministers in Brest, France, Thursday, Jan. 13, 2022. (AP Photo / Thibault Camus)

Document.no - By: Hans Rustad   January 22, 2022, 3:00 p.m.

On Thursday, the European Parliament passed its own version of the Digital Services Act, the law that will regulate the internet, both users and providers. The member states approved another version in November, and negotiations are now needed to reach a final text. The EU has set itself the goal of disciplining users and getting Big Tech to do the job on their terms.

They have common interests. Who defends freedom of speech? Even the Norwegian Media Authority has expressed concerns about the Digital Services Act because it is too far-reaching. The Norwegian press risks being subject to a censorship regime in the same way as the citizens.  It happens when the media is made criminally responsible for the content, including the comment fields. It operates with premises that can be tightened as needed. The important thing is to establish premises. Across the West, words like hatred and incitement have taken on special meanings that everyone has come to understand apply to their own citizens on the right-wing, not the left and Muslims.

These general concepts have their own legislation, and the concepts are repeated by politicians without further precision. They become self-referential tautological - and require no further definition. We have had several judgments that show in practice what they mean: A swear word from a drunk person at a hot dog stand or in a taxi, situations that would previously be understood as situational with a large amount of leeway, can today trigger a criminal case.  A citizen of Berlin experienced this when the taxi driver started playing religious music and expressed that he wanted to convert him to Islam. The passenger was intoxicated and said a little more than he should about Islam. It would be said that he was rightly provoked.

But German police have no understanding of the situation regarding violations of Islam, and the man was visited in the gray light by several officers, who took him with them. This is the new Europe, and they demand that we love it. Ever since Angela Merkel asked Mark Zuckerberg if they would soon finish the censorship instruments, the EU has been working to put in place legislation that will apply to the entire EU, including countries such as Norway, since we have committed ourselves to adopt all directives and doing so. zeal and diligence.  

More than 10,000 directives have been incorporated into Norwegian legislation. That is why Mari Velsand is worried. The EU will intervene directly in Article 100 on freedom of expression. The Digital Services Act is presented as meaning that it will " stop 'wild west' online", as NTB refers. It's almost sweet. Easy to see through. The EU consists of just such old, white people that the EU has now ideologically turned to.

- What happens on the internet, parents understand it, it's like the wild west. We do not know what the children are doing anymore - hatred, hate speech, attacks on democracy, personal attacks, counterfeit products, said EU Internal Market Commissioner Thierry Breton, who presented the original proposal in 2020.

"With DSA, what is allowed in daily life will be allowed online - while what is forbidden will be forbidden," he told French RTL. (NTB)Ideological laws will now be drafted that keep the building in place, mentally speaking. Therefore, one must regulate people's heads.All authoritarian systems are marketed as necessary to stop anarchy.
The Digital Services Regulation (DSA) aims to stop harmful content and will also regulate a number of types of marketing. The European Parliament on Thursday endorsed its own version of the directive.
The DSA follows up another, related directive, the Ordinance on Digital Markets. It is aimed directly at giant companies with enormous market power, such as Meta / Facebook, Alphabet / Google, Amazon, Apple and Microsoft.

In November, EU member states approved a different version of both directives, and now negotiations are needed to reach a final text. (NTB)

The EU will try to give the impression that they are disciplining Big Tech. It is an element of control because the EU wants a piece of the pie financially. But mainly they offer "cooperation". In the future, it will not be possible to win elections without having Big Tech on its side.

But the citizens are suffering. They should only accept what comes from above.

The Danish representative Christel Schaldemose has been at the forefront of the debate in parliament.

- The big companies can no longer hide behind a veil of ignorance. They will have to take the consequences of their algorithms, she says.

Violation of the new rules can lead to fines of up to 6 percent of the companies' global turnover. (NTB)


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WHO and WHAT is behind it all ? : >

The bottom line is for the people to regain their original, moral principles, which have intentionally been watered out over the past generations by our press, TV, and other media owned by the Illuminati/Bilderberger Group, corrupting our morals by making misbehavior acceptable to our society. Only in this way shall we conquer this oncoming wave of evil.




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