Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Mozilla floods EU officials with digital leaflets to fight nonsensical copyright laws

Mozilla continues its march for better copyrights laws in Europe and the company is back with yet another online campaign. This time it wants your help to drop millions of virtual leaflets from the sky to let EU officials know that outdated copyright laws are “threatening the health of the internet.” Teaming up with Dutch creative studio Moniker, Mozilla has launched an interesting campaign that “urges EU lawmakers to modernize copyright law for the 21st century.” Paperstorm – as it is called – is essentially a clone of the popular app of the same name that, instead of virtual paper planes, unleashes…

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