Heya! I'm Joshywooful! I've got multiple accounts on Mastodon. This is my main account and my second account is @JoshywoofulPhotos, where I upload any photography I do. Also, as I've stated in my bio, I'm part of the Discord Hypesquad.
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R-COIL is "what if Asteroids were 870% cooler and had particle effects?". It's really fun.
It also has a mode where you don't have to worry about lives or scoreboards, you can just shoot asteroids and alien ships to your heart's content. It's great stress relief.
Just remembered that today is the day that the EU votes on the new directive that includes article 13.
The further irony is that Blender Foundation's videos were all licensed under Creative Commons, so BF had already given permission for anyone to share their videos anywhere.
BF have no idea why YouTube decided to suddenly take the videos down, or why YT refuses to fix the problem even though they know about it.
We already know that automated content filters don't work. They put absolute power over content in the hands of a system that is opaque and broken.
A couple of days ago YouTube took down all of the Blender Foundation's videos from the Blender Foundation's channel due to a copyright claim by... the Blender Foundation.
The BF is an official YT partner, but days later they still cannot get a straight answer from YT about what is going on:
#Article13 would mean automated content filters (like YouTube uses) on all sites. Large corporations would be able to censor and spy on all internet content, because they would be running the filters on behalf of smaller sites:
Call/email your MEP *today* to say no to Article 13, especially if they're on this list of committee members:
Politics: Article 13 Show more
In a week's time, the EU will be voting on #Article13.
If you live in the EU and do anything online that involves any amount of copyrighted content (i.e. everyone), then you should push your country's MEPs to say no to Article 13.
Art 13 is a danger to creativity and free speech as algorithms would have trouble telling the difference between infringement and legal use of copyrighted material for research, fair use, etc.
Just found out about a bug in iOS 12 Developer Beta 1 where you can delete settings panels.