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🇩🇪Schlechte Nachrichten: Keine Abstimmung im Plenum mehr über #TERREG, die Verordnung "gilt als gebilligt".
Konsequenz: #Orbanlöscht künftig auch in D binnen einer Stunde, ohne richterliche Anordnung. Das widerspricht Bürgerwillen und Grundrechten!
Infos: https://www.patrick-breyer.de/beitraege/terreg-verordnung/
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🇬🇧Bad news: No more plenary vote on #TERREG, regulation is "deemed approved".

This means: #Orbandeletes in the future anywhere in the world within one hour, without judicial order. This contradicts citizens' will and fundamental rights!

Watch my speech: https://peertube.european-pirates.eu/videos/watch/cb8f7829-91b3-4ed9-86ed-17051ecaa324
The European Parliament's LIBE Committee voted in favour of the regulation. It will come into effect 12 months from now.

Read more about #TERREG here: https://www.patrick-breyer.de/en/posts/terrorist-content-online-terreg-regulation/
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BTW it have to be incorporated to each EU country national law, because someone (named governement agency ?) have to force such a law.
Why "anywhere in the world" ? What about f.e. server outside EU law jurisdiction ?
And to those Members of the Parliament who pretend to defend the interests of the People, but are part of it and let that shit happen + communicated like if there will be a vote (when they could have at least try to put amendments/motion of rejection on the text) and now try to appear like the victims/heroes of the situation...

I wonder what "terrorist content" i can think of about them.

#Terreg
Dear Jérémie, accusing us of "letting that shit happen" really goes too far. We have fought this in the negotiations for months and years, have opposed the outcome when voted in LIBE but lost 52:14 votes, same would have happened in the plenary. Pick the right target for your ire please and let's challenge this in court.
Sorry if it hurts, but "letting that shit happen" seems an accurate description of the situation:

* Did you yes or no had options to try to make it a plenary vote, like requesting plenary amendements with a parliamentary group or 10% of MEPs?

* Did you have a possibilty, in same conditions, to table a rejection motion?

Why none of this happened?

The target i pick is an incompetent Parliament, pretext of "democracy" to that shitfuckery decided between states+Industry.

#Terreg
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You can rightly criticise us for failing to request a final vote, but not for #TERREG itself. The "shit" would have happened anyway, even with a final vote, since only two groups oppose #TERREG.
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Probably, but we'll never know who opposes what, because there's no roll-call vote.
I see! How obvious!

The plane crashed, you were sleeping in the cockpit, but hey.... that was a pleasant flight overall, no?
Once again: A plane crashing BECAUSE the pilot was sleeping is different from a ruthless majority passing a law no matter what.
Let's have a call some time, ok?
Yeah... x.x
das war doch das mit dem Uploadfilter, oder?
Verpflichtende #Uploadfilter konnten wir ausdrücklich ausschließen, großer Teilerfolg für uns.
Interessant, wie innerhalb der Gruppe der deutschen Vertreter die Große Koalition eine Mehrheit bekommt: Durch die AFD. Ohne die Rechtsextremen wäre es ein Patt geworden.
Moment, die AFD findet es gut wenn "Ausländer" in Deutschland ohne Hürden schalten und walten dürfen wie sie wollen? Gut zu wissen...
Was heißt das konkret? Zeitung XY schreibt online einen kritischen Beitrag zum Thema "Ist Land ABC noch eine Demokratie?".

Dann kann Präsident EFG von ABC dies innerhalb einer Stunde löschen lassen, weil Grund: Terrorverdacht, ob berechtigt oder nicht?
Wie haben die Grünen abgestimmt? (Ich kann das aus der Grafik schlecht erkennen.)
Oops, bin im Post verrutscht. Ich meinte die andere Abstimmung, die andere Grafik, aber hier sieht man es ja überdeutlich. DAnke, hat sich erledigt.