On Weds, the EU is holding a debate and vote on the new Copyright Directive, which contains two spectacularly dangerous clauses that can do real harm to all of us. https://saveyourinternet is where Europeans can go to talk to their MEPs (read on for more)
The debate is on "link taxes" (no linking to news unless the service you're on bought a license from the site you're linking to) & "censorship machines" (all your text, stills, video, code, audio is checked against a database of copyrights and censored if they seem like a match)
(ANYONE can add ANYTHING to the blacklists of "copyrighted works" -- videos of police brutality or official corruption or just the complete works of William Shakespeare, and there's no penalty for making fraudulent claims)
The EU is proposing to sell American Big Tech a license to permanently dominate the internet, in exchange for a few million tossed at German newspaper families and other European Content Barons -- and everyone else loses out, stuck on a US dominated net forever.