niuniente: tzikeh: labambinafantasma: If you’re European, in a couple of weeks you will be denied…

niuniente:

tzikeh:

labambinafantasma:

If you’re European, in a couple of weeks you will be denied any and all access to fandom contents on Tumblr and everywhere else on the internet. Here’s why.

On June, 20th the JURI of European Parliament approved of the articles 11 and 13 of the new Copyright Law. These articles are also known as the “Link Tax” and the “Censorship Machines” articles.

Articles 13 in particular forces every internet platform to filter all the contents we upload online, ending once and for all the fandom culture. Which means you won’t be able to upload any type of fandom works like fan arts, fan fictions, gif sets from your favourite films and series, edits, because it’s all copyrighted material. And you won’t also be able to share, enjoy or download other’s contents, because the use of links will be completely restricted.

But not everything’s lost yet. There’s another round of voting scheduled for the early days of July.

What you can do now to save our internet, is to share these informations with all of your family members and friends, and to ask to your MEP (the members of the European Parliament from your country) to vote NO at the next round, to vote against articles 11 and 13.

Here you can find more news and all the details to contact your MEP:

https://saveyourinternet.eu

Also, sign and share this petition:

https://www.change.org/p/european-parliament-stop-the-censorship-machinery-save-the-internet?recruiter=50668942&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=psf_combo_share_initial

We have just a couple of weeks to stop this complete madness, don’t let them dictating the way we enjoy our internet.

#SaveYourInternet now!

And once you’ve done that:

Download EVERYTHING. Every piece of fanfiction you love, every piece of fanfiction you have on your “to read” list, every gifset, piece of artwork, whatever fannish online stuff you love—download it all.

Artist and authors—download your own works (you should keep copies of your stuff in offline storage anyway).

If enough of us get enough of what we love, If everyone gets everything they love (long shot, I know), we can circumvent the EU’s law by starting request mailing lists, or IRC rooms, or Slack channels, and directly email fan works to one another. We will become A Living Library, outfitted to outlast this ridiculous law.

Here are news to cover it: https://www.theverge.com/2018/6/19/17480344/eu-european-union-parliament-copyright-article-13-upload-filter

disgruntledlungfish: >Create character>Leave vault>Instantly get sniped by fortnite player…

disgruntledlungfish:

>Create character
>Leave vault
>Instantly get sniped by fortnite player from nearby radio tower
>respawn
>frantically sprint to nearest cover
>Build small house
>Power armor wearing player with rocket launcher stomps up
>Emote peace sign to show I mean no harm
>He stomps me to death and dance emotes
>rebuild small house in extremely remote location
>Get nuked by youtube streamer
>Such is life in the Blue Ridge Mountains

I actually started crying when it started showing off the landscapes like what is wrong with me…

I actually started crying when it started showing off the landscapes like what is wrong with me lmao

I mean look at this! (screenshots from youtube)

It’s like the workshop mode’s gone hyperdrive

But wow I cannot wait to start a new character, I’ve NEVER fleshed out an OC like I have with my Fallout ones

commonwealth-life: So, on the left is from the Fallout 76 E3…

commonwealth-life:

So, on the left is from the Fallout 76 E3 trailer, and the right is the real life Greenbrier luxury resort. Which is ALSO the site of a massive nuclear underground bunker! Here’s the wiki:

The Greenbrier is a luxury resort located in the Allegheny Mountains near White Sulphur Springs in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, in the United States.

The last U.S. president to stay at The Greenbrier during a presidency was Dwight D. Eisenhower. A total of 26 presidents have stayed at the hotel.

The Greenbrier is also the site of a massive underground bunker that was meant to serve as an emergency shelter for the United States Congress during the Cold War.The bunker was code named “Project Greek Island,” and Fritz Bugas was the former onsite superintendent.

In the late 1950s, the U.S. government approached The Greenbrier for assistance in creating a secret emergency relocation center to house Congress in the aftermath of a nuclear holocaust. The classified, underground facility, named “Project Greek Island”, was built at the same time as the West Virginia Wing, an above-ground addition to the hotel, from 1959 to 1962.

Although the bunker was kept stocked with supplies for 30 years, it was never used as an emergency location, even during the Cuban Missile Crisis. The existence of the bunker was not acknowledged by the government; Ted Gup of The Washington Post reported it in a 1992 story. Immediately after publication of the Post story, the government decommissioned the bunker. The facility has since been renovated. It is also used as a data storage facility for the private sector. It is featured as an attraction in which visitors can tour the now declassified facilities, known as The Bunker.

Maybe that is where vault 76 will be? Calling it! That’s my theory! lmao

So, on the left is from the Fallout 76 E3 trailer, and the right…

So, on the left is from the Fallout 76 E3 trailer, and the right is the real life Greenbrier luxury resort. Which is ALSO the site of a massive nuclear underground bunker! Here’s the wiki:

The Greenbrier is a luxury resort located in the Allegheny Mountains near White Sulphur Springs in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, in the United States.

The last U.S. president to stay at The Greenbrier during a presidency was Dwight D. Eisenhower. A total of 26 presidents have stayed at the hotel.

The Greenbrier is also the site of a massive underground bunker that was meant to serve as an emergency shelter for the United States Congress during the Cold War.The bunker was code named “Project Greek Island,” and Fritz Bugas was the former onsite superintendent.

In the late 1950s, the U.S. government approached The Greenbrier for assistance in creating a secret emergency relocation center to house Congress in the aftermath of a nuclear holocaust. The classified, underground facility, named “Project Greek Island”, was built at the same time as the West Virginia Wing, an above-ground addition to the hotel, from 1959 to 1962.

Although the bunker was kept stocked with supplies for 30 years, it was never used as an emergency location, even during the Cuban Missile Crisis. The existence of the bunker was not acknowledged by the government; Ted Gup of The Washington Post reported it in a 1992 story. Immediately after publication of the Post story, the government decommissioned the bunker. The facility has since been renovated. It is also used as a data storage facility for the private sector. It is featured as an attraction in which visitors can tour the now declassified facilities, known as The Bunker.