SaveTheInternet

Save the Internet

The Internet is in danger and you can save it!

Hey! What are you uploading?

Upload filters and other interventions massively threaten our freedom on the Internet.

Error-prone upload filters are considered a panacea - now also under the pretext of fighting allegedly illegal content in the current TERREG regulation.

Consumer protectors and experts criticize the plans, which are aimed at reducing privacy and mean the end of end-to-end encryption.

 
FREEDOM FOR THE MEMES! No meme is illegal!
 
UPLOADFILTER? No, no.
 
Memes are in principle copyright violations and therefore illegal. They usually remain only because of their sheer quantity and usually only through the toleration of the rights holders.
 
We demand freedom for the net culture, especially the freedom of memes as a new work or extended citation.
 
We demand strengthening of user rights and therefore taking basic civil rights seriously as well as taking a stance against the imbalance between monopolized service providers and ultralarge rights exploiters.
 
 
 

SaveTheInternet is a group of people who, in the wake of the copyright reform, have joined forces to warn about the dangers of unilateral legislation and to advocate for users and creative professionals.

In cooperation with many allies, we organize demonstrations throughout Europe and our petition "Stop the Censorship Machine - Save the Internet!" has now reached more than 5 million supporters. Further information on the "about us" page.

Become active. Inform yourself and help to defend a free and fair network.

SaveTheInternet is a non-profit organization. All
Donations exclusively serve educational purposes. This makes it possible to produce flyers, organize demonstrations and trips to members of parliament, and to operate this website.

What can you do?

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If you want to support us and our project, we would be happy about a donation via GoFundMe.

Together, by means of memes, e-mails, tweets and decentralized actions, we can succeed in giving the topic attention on a larger scale. Coordinate with us on our discord, write a comment to the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection (BMJV) as well as to your members of parliament, and become part of the movement against the censorship machine.

Be a part of SaveTheInternet and show politicians that you are not a friend of ill-considered reforms! Let's prove to politicians together that millions of citizens care about the future of the Internet!