Step 1: send an irresistible political meme with a copyrighted image to the politicians who voted for article 13.
Step 2: They share the meme.
Step 3: We sue them for violating article 13.


@polychrome @sophia

(now ) actually primarily puts liability on the service provider (e.g. a Twitter or a Mastodon instance). He would be liable for the sharing of said politicians. The reshare of the politician was a problem even before the new . I like the way you are thinking though 😏

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