- "The US technology company Google is critical to the plans of the European Commission to adapt copyright law. According to a blog that the company published Wednesday."
"Google puts questioned the effectiveness and denounces in particular the juridiseren of using the web. \"This proposal suggests that all works like text, video and images to be filtered. That means the Internet becomes a place where everything that is uploaded by users, must first by lawyers,\" writes Google."
"But Google also sees positive points in the proposal. For example, the Commission wants creators and publishers of digital works being more transparent about the use and payment of royalties. Google calls it an important step forward for content creators.\n \n \n \n \n 0:43\n \n Threats of armed vlog rig\n \n \n \n 0:35\n \n Karate Kick bashed man against wall\n \n \n \n 1:35\n \n 'Woman rightly dismissed'"
"Google's response was published by the Vice President of Global Policy, Caroline Atkinson."