It's like a blatant buy-out of the European internet by American megacorporations.
It is also:
- A blow to freedom of the press.
- Idiotic - how is it to be enforced? What if I type some original composition and forget to correctly cite a source for some clause in my writing? What if by sheer coincidence my opinion happens to bear a match to that of another person? How accurate are these "algorithim" checks in that regard? Can these filtering mechanisms also not be used to delete anything "controversial" with no recourse to appeal by sincere posters and web site managers?
- Threatens to basically defeat the purpose of the internet, which is to spread ideas and encourage discourse on the problems of the day.
That is what I come up with for starters. I suspect further thought would result in further objections.