I think it is mainly aimed at creative content, such as music, rather than informational content, so hopefully it won't affect this site. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-45495550 "The final version clarifies that this will not include the sharing of hyperlinks to content such as news stories."
Articles 11 and 13 were today passed by the EU parliament, be prepared for big changes in the way the internet operates. The inventor of the internet, Britain's Tim Berners-Lee, has campaigned against these changes, so I would hardly describe it as "desperate".
lololol Desperate! 'Nuff said lololol
Sooner were out of the controlling EU the better!
Agree with Calamari, nice pics and Kestrels indeed.
On Tuesday morning, police searched a private property on Pidgley Road, Dawlish under a warrant issued by Exeter Crown Court, where two men and a women were arrested following the operation. “Three people have been arrested following today’s operation; A 39-year-old man was been arrested this morning on suspicion of money laundering offences; A 22-year-old woman and a 39-year-old man have both ...
The European Parliament is tomorrow voting on a proposal that would affect virtually every website, including this one . If the proposal passes it will be illegal to link to other websites without first obtaining permission, and possibly having to pay for the privilege of linking to the site. This transport blogger explains the situation: ...
Nice pics. Must have been a joy to watch. Kestrels?
Sequentially taken shots.
I think it is something to do with local councils and their preparation (or not) for a hard Brexit and what a hard Brexit might bring. Which, amongst other shortages, could be food. But to bring this thread more directly back on track, here is a link concerning local councils and Brexit (although admittedly Devon County Council and Teignbridge District Council are not mentioned in it). ...