Network Filtering: Limiting Cultural Industries, Damaging the Internet

Memo to MEPs, giving EFF's experience that filtering by ISPs is an overbroad, ineffective measure that will do little to practically address the concerns of major rightsholders while imposing serious costs on the individual rights of European citizens in their roles as consumers, artists and educators.

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