Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 24th Nov 2011 11:15 UTC
Legal While the US is still pondering SOPA, we just got some absolutely fantastic news out of Europe. The European Court of Justice, the highest court in the European Union, has just ruled that P2P filters installed by ISPs violate the European Directive on electronic commerce as well as fundamental rights [full ruling]. This is a hugely important ruling that effectively protects all member states of the European Union from ever being subjected to ISP filtering and spying.
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All i got to say;
by judgen on Sat 26th Nov 2011 13:59 UTC
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Hell to the YEAH BABY! Finally something good comes out of the EU that does not completléy fucks us swedes over. Why we are even part of the EU is beyond my reasoning anymore. Northern alliance should have been instead of half of use joining the EU.
(teeny bit drunk)

Hypothetical; If norway invaded sweden, finland and denmark and we put up no resistance AT ALL (and even wellcomed our nordic brothers as liberators) would that be an "opt out" option from the EU?

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RE: All i got to say;
by earksiinni on Mon 28th Nov 2011 03:41 in reply to "All i got to say;"
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