Parece que o “és avisado três vezes e estás fora” não foi aprovado:
The dispositions imposing the “graduated response” scheme in the European Union (or “three strikes and you’re out”) were neutralized in the Council’s version. This is a striking blow at the entertainment industries who spent much effort in promoting it.
Mas a emenda 138 foi retirada, o que faz deste um dia muito triste para os cidadãos dos países da Europa.
Na La Quadrature du Net podem ler com mais pormenor sobre o assunto. Eu ainda estou demasiado zangada com tudo isto.
“It is not tolerable that the Council deleted crucial implementations of fundamental principles. The Council lets Nicolas Sarkozy free to violate French citizen’s rights with his national project of ‘graduated response’. The Commissioner, Viviane Reding, has been quite alone not to share this Pilate’s position. The Commission even recalled today that this project is a freedom-killer.” explained Gérald Sédrati-Dinet, analyst for La Quadrature du Net (Squaring the Net).
“The Council’s agreement failed to protect fundamental rights by deleting two important safeguards. Let’s hope the European Parliament will fight against industry lobbies during the second reading and finally clean up the whole package. No compromise must be made in preserving the right to a due process and privacy in the digital environment.” concluded Jérémie Zimmermann, co-founder and coordinator of La Quadrature.