This is good news for people who love their privacy. EU GDPR is considered the gold standard for privacy regulation. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/23/technology/right-to-be-forgotten-law-europe.html
Looks like out filter bubbles are similar:
Seems like Euros get this Americans not so much…
Hi @richard1 (and @Broodwich too): While your contributions to this forum are greatly appreciated, please take care to not copy/paste entire article texts as these (in most cases) constitute copyright infringements. Best is to include 1 or 2 small quotes from the article and - even better - some explainer text in your own words.
Thsnks for the reminder @aschrijver. My objective really for copying and pasting the whole article (only for NYT) to give others who are not subscribers of NYT to have a look of the whole news/opinion. I made my own impresssion of a particular article by quoting something from the article with additional comment of my own if needed too.
I would just change it to its original post.
lol does anyone who can sue actually do this? Can anyone show me a dcma or any cease and desist? I do this on about 20 other forums and literaly no one has ever noticed the copyright exists. Also many of these articles do not load unless oyu subscribe. I will do what you say but Aaron Swartz rolling in hhis grave, this is not the right way to go about this imo but not my site, I won’t paste entire article hopefully clicking through it can be read.
I dare someone to post proof that they have faced any litigation or even letter from a lawyer over this non issue.