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  • EU copyright reform is coming. Is your startup ready?

    Last Friday, members of Berlin’s startup community gathered at Silicon Allee for a copyright policy roundtable discussion hosted by Allied for Startups. The event sparked debate and elicited feedback surrounding the European Commission’s complex drafted legislation that would have significant impact on startups in the EU. Our Editor-in-Chief, Julia Neuman, gives you the rundown here — along with all the details you should know about the proposed reform.

    ‘Disruption’ in the startup world isn’t always a good thing — especially when it involves challenging legislation. Over the past five years, as big data and user-generated content began to play an increasing role in our society, startups have worked tirelessly to navigate laws regarding privacy and security in order to go about business as usual. Now, they may soon be adding copyright concerns to their list of potential roadblocks.

    The forthcoming copyright reform proposed by the European Commission severely threatens the success and momentum that startups have gained in the EU, and it’s being introduced under the guise of “a more modern, more European copyright framework.”

    On September 14, 2016, the European Commission tabled its Proposal for a Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market (commonly referred to as the “Copyright Directive”) — a piece of draft legislation that would have significant impact on a wide variety of modern copyrighted content. Consequently, it poses a direct threat to startups.

    Members of the startup community are now coming together, unwilling to accept these measures without a fight. On Friday, members of Allied for Startups and Silicon Allee — alongside copyright experts and Berlin-based entrepreneurs and investors — met at Silicon Allee’s new campus in Mitte for a policy roundtable discussion. Additional workshop discussions are taking place this week in Warsaw, Madrid and Paris. The ultimate goal? To get startups’ voices heard in front of policymakers and counter this legislation.
    Sparking conversation at Silicon Allee

    Bird & Bird Copyright Lawyer and IP Professor Martin Senftleben led the roundtable discussions in Berlin, outlining key clauses and offering clarifying commentary. He then invited conversation from guests — which included representatives from content-rich startups such as Fanmiles, Videopath, and Ubermetrics. The result was a well-balanced input of perspectives and testimonials that sparked an increased desire to fight back. The roundtable covered the three main areas affected by the proposed reforms: user-generated content, text and data mining, and the neighboring right for press publishers.
    User-generated content

    The internet has allowed us all to become content creators with an equal opportunity to make our voices heard around the world. With this transition comes evolving personal responsibilities. Whereas in the past, copyright law only concerned a small percentage of society — today it concerns anyone posting to social media, uploading unique content, or founding a company that relies on user-generated content as part of its business model.

    The proposed EU copyright reform shifts copyright burden to content providers, making them liable for user content and forcing them to apply content filtering technology to their platforms. As it stands now, management of copyright infringement is a passive process. Companies are not required to monitor or police user-generated content, instead waiting for infringement notices to initiate relevant takedowns.

    New laws imply that companies would have to constantly police their platforms. As you can imagine, this would quickly rack up operating costs — not to mention deter investors from committing if there’s such a inherently persistent and high legal risk for copyright infringement. Furthermore, filtering technology would not exactly promote public interest or media plurality, as an efficiency-based filtering system would be more likely to result in overblocking and censoring (even if unintentional). This result is counter to the expressed aims of the reform.

    “Having this necessity to add filtering technology from the start would kill any innovation for new startups, which is the reason why we’re all here and this economy is booming and creating jobs,” said Fabian Schmidt, Founder of Fanmiles. “The small companies suddenly cannot innovate and compete anymore.”

    Text and data mining

    The proposed reform also blocks startups from using text and data mining technology, consequently preventing the rich kind of data analysis that has added value and yielded deeper insights for growing startups. Copyright law today accounts for lawful access and consultation, however not for the automated process of reading and drawing conclusions. The scraping and mining of freely available texts could give rise to complex, costly legal problems from the get-go — problems that not even the most prudent founder teams could navigate (unless they work to the benefit of research institutions, which are exempt from the measure).

    What kind of message does this send out to new startups? As with laws dealing with user-generated content, these measures don’t entice entrepreneurs to turn their seeds of ideas into profitable companies. Nor do they get VCs jumping to invest. Data input from mining and scraping suddenly gives rise to a huge legal issue that certainly does not benefit the public interest.

    Senftleben reminded the group in Berlin that these types of legislation normally take several years to implement, and that the proposed policy could have amplified effects down the road as the role of data mining increases. “If this legislation is already limiting now, who knows what kind of text and data mining will be used in ten years and how it will play in,” he said.
    Neighboring right for press publishers

    The third and final point discussed at the roundtable has gathered the most media attention thus far. It’s the “elephant in the room,” unjustly pitting established publishers against startups. Proposed legislation creates an exclusive right for publishers that protects their content for digital use in order to “to ensure quality journalism and citizens’ access to information.”

    Sure, this reasoning sounds like a positive contribution to a free and democratic society. But closer examination reveals that these publishers’ outdated and financially unviable business models are being grandfathered in for protection at the expense of more innovative content models.

    It’s not hard to see why this is happening. Publishers have lobbying power, and they are bleeding money in today’s digital climate. “I work a lot with publishers. Their position here in Europe is a little more old school,” said one of the founders present at the discussion. “Their business model and revenues are going down, so they’re going to fight hard.”

    Axel Springer, for example, is lobbying for greater protection; they want a piece of Google’s success. But the most interesting aspect of this measure is that it’s unclear how much value it would add for publishers, who already have rights to digital reproduction from the individual content creators employed under contract with their firms. A freelance journalist contributing to Die Zeit, for example, is already transferring digital reproduction rights to the newspaper just by agreeing to publish.

    The drafted legislation makes it pretty clear that content aggregating search engines would take a big hit when they would inevitably have to pay content reproduction fees to publishers. But the interdependent relationship between publishers and online search aggregation services makes this legislation unlikely to generate a meaningful revenue stream for publishers anyway: Publishers want compensation for snippets of articles that show up on search engines, and search engines want compensation for bringing attention to them in the first place. In the end, content aggregators would likely just stop their use of content fragments instead of resorting to pay license fees to publishers.

    It’s unclear how the proposed legislation could promote media plurality and freedom; instead, it seems to promote market concentration and monopolization of content publishing, potentially stifling free and open access to information.

    “I know two small aggregators here in Germany that have given up because of this,” said Tobias Schwarz, Coworking Manager at Sankt Oberholz in Berlin.

    What comes next? Turning discussion into action

    What is clear now is that copyright law has potential to affect anyone. Startups in Europe, especially, are at risk with these new reforms. As players in the European economy, they have not been present in the policy debate so far. Allied for Startups and Silicon Allee are inviting founders, entrepreneurs, and interested members in the tech community to come forward and make their voices heard. They invite contributions to an open letter to the European Parliament which dives into this topic in more detail, explaining how toxic the Copyright Directive is for companies who are trying to stay alive without incurring €60 million in development costs.

    “A lot of startup leaders have their heads down working on their next feature, without realizing policymakers are also creating something that can instantly kill it,” said Silicon Allee co-founder Travis Todd. “But if more startups come to the table and tell others what they learned, they will become more aware of these potential roadblocks and ultimately help change them.”

    To find out more information, participate at the next discussion, or share your ideas and testimonials on this policy discussion, please get in touch! Drop a line to, tweet to @allied4startups, or join the online conversation using #copyright4startups.

  • For sale : A fixer-upper on the U.S.-Canada border -

    Signalé par Anne-Laure et @isskein sur FB.

    For sale, by owner, at a price barely one-tenth the cost of a closet-sized Vancouver condo or a dilapidated Toronto semi-detached: one of the most unique and historic houses in Canada, except that part of it isn’t.

    The building on the market is a two-storey grey stone manse with a tiny obelisk just below the front steps that marks the exact Quebec-Vermont frontier, a stop-or-we’ll-shoot sign out front, and all the woes and wonders of the modern world passing right by its windows—the tourists and travellers, the scoundrels and smugglers, the haggard, footsore human flotsam fleeing Donald J. Trump. It has been a witness to the chronicles of this bifurcated continent for more than 200 years.

    #frontières #canada #états-unis

  • NOAH Internet Conference 2016 | Berlin 08 - 09 June
    Une rencontre des protagonistes de la disruption à l’européenne se tiendra le 8 et 9 juin à Berlin. Si vous avez envie de découvrir un nid de crabes de casseurs d’aquis sociaux suivez les infos sur cette rencontre digne d’un Bilderberg des économies dites « nouvelles » . On y rencontrera les acteurs représentant les commanditaires principales des nouveaux lois du travail en Europe. La plupart des participants actifs sont des jeunes à la recherche de capital pour leurs startups déjà bien vus par les investisseurs.

    The preeminent European event where Internet CEOs, executives and investors gain deep insights into the latest proven concepts, network with senior executives and establish new business relationships.

    Now in our 8th year, we are delighted to be hosting two upcoming events with very different underlying themes. NOAH Berlin (8-9 Jun 2016) presents a unique discussion platform for CEOs and founders from established champions and disruptive challengers across a number of key industry verticals. NOAH London (10-11 Nov 2016) is focused on connecting capital with great companies and helping service providers to find relevant customers.

    Day 1

    Welcome Note
    Marco Rodzynek CEO NOAH Advisors Ltd
    Jens Mueffelmann CEO Axel Springer Digital Ventures
    Klaus Hommels CEO Lakestar
    Carlos Watson Founder & CEO OZY

    Home Automation & IoT
    Niall Murphy Founder & CEO Evrythng
    Ludovic Le Moan CEO Sigfox
    Christian Deilmann CEO tado
    Andreas Rudyk CEO Smartfrog
    Philipp Pausder Managing Director Thermondo

    Thomas Ebeling CEO ProSiebenSat.1

    Karim Jalbout Head of the European Digital Practice Egon Zehnder
    Thomas Bergen Co-Founder & CEO getAbstract
    Steve Oriola CEO Pipedrive
    Peter F. Schmid CEO Wer Liefert Was
    Or Offer CEO SimilarWeb
    Andreas Koenig CEO TeamViewer
    Torben Majgaard Founder & CEO Ciklum
    Mark Schwerzel Deputy CEO Bureau van Dijk

    Roelant Prins CCO Adyen
    Antonio Gagliardi Co-Founder and Managing Director CompareEuropeGroup
    Jacob de Geer CEO iZettle
    Phil Lojacono CEO Advanon
    Jeremias Meier CEO & Co-Founder Bexio
    Yoni Assia CEO & Founder Etoro
    Oren Levy CEO Zooz
    Raffael Johnen Co-Founder & CEO auxmoney

    Fintech - Banking Deep Dive
    Markus Pertlwieser CDO Private, Wealth & Commercial Clients Deutsche BankAlexander Graubner-Müller CEO & Co-Founder Kreditech
    Valentin Stalf Founder & CEO Number26

    Who Will Win the Banking Client of the Future? - 2:2
    Markus Pertlwieser CDO Private, Wealth & Commercial Clients Deutsche Bank
    Dr. Tim Sievers CEO & Founder Deposit Solutions
    Alexander Graubner-Müller CEO & Co-Founder Kreditech
    alentin Stalf Founder & CEO Number26
    Christin Martens Editor-in-Chief Business Insider

    VC Panel
    Rainer Maerkle General Partner Holtzbrinck Ventures
    Yann de Vries Partner, Investments Atomico
    Yaron Valler General Partner Target Global
    Christian Leybold Managing Director
    Timm Schipporeit Principal Index Ventures
    Luciana Lixandru Vice President Accel Partners
    Ankur Kamalia Managing Director – Head of Venture Portfolio Management & DB1 Ventures Deutsche Börse AG
    Bo Ilsoe Managing Partner Nokia Growth Partners (NGP)

    Fireside Chat
    Oliver Samwer Founder & CEO Rocket Internet
    Marco Rodzynek CEO NOAH Advisors Ltd

    NOAH Top Picks
    Dr. Holger Klärner VP Fast Growing Tech McKinsey & Company

    Hakan Koç Founder & Managing Director Auto1 Group
    Harold Goddijn CEO TomTom
    Christian Vollmann Patron of smart urban pioneers smart
    Nir Erez CEO Moovit
    Daniel Ishag Founder & CEO Karhoo
    Nicolas Brusson COO & Co-Founder BlaBlaCar
    Shahar Waiser Founder & CEO Gett
    Simone Menne CFO Lufthansa Group

    Greg Ellis CEO Scout24

    NOAH Top Picks
    Rudolph W. Giuliani Former Mayor of New York City Chair Cybersecurity and Crisis Management Practice, Greenberg Traurig LLP Greenberg Traurig

    Peter Terium CEO RWE
    Rainer Sternfeld Founder & CEO Planet OS
    Marco Rodzynek CEO NOAH Advisors Ltd

    Dr. Mathias Döpfner CEO Axel Springer SE
    Henry Blodget CEO, Editor-In-Chief Business Insider

    Mobility - 1:1
    Travis Kalanick CEO UBER
    Dr. Dieter Zetsche Chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler AG and Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars Daimler

    Thomas Hampson Baritone | Ambassador IDAGIO
    Wolfram Rieger Pianist IDAGIO

    Day 2

    Day 1 Summary
    Marco Rodzynek CEO NOAH Advisors Ltd

    Company Presentation
    Michael Gross Vice Chairman WeWork

    Winners Make Winners - The Strong Performance of Interhyp with ING - 1:1
    Ralph Hamers CEO ING Group
    Michiel Goris CEO Interhyp

    Consumer Goods
    Olaf Koch Chairman of the Management Board Metro Group
    Olivier Marcheteau COO Vestiaire Collective
    Jeff Lipkin CFO Harry’s
    Robyn Ward Founder Mahtay
    Fabian Siegel Co-Founder & CEO Marley Spoon
    Daniel Sobhani CEO Freeletics
    Luke Waite Co-Founder Titan Black

    Consumer Goods - 1:1
    Herbert Hainer CEO adidas Group
    Florian Gschwandtner CEO & Co-Founder Runtastic
    Marco Rodzynek CEO NOAH Advisors Ltd

    NOAH Top Picks
    Euan Davis Senior Director Cognizant

    Credit Suisse: Corporate Private Banking `connecting your wealth
    Henrik Herr Head Germany & Austria International Wealth Management Credit Suisse
    Florian Gschwandtner CEO & Co-Founder Runtastic

    Tim Stracke Co-CEO Chrono24
    Rubin Ritter Member of the Management Board Zalando SE
    Dr. Oliver Lederle Founder & CEO MYTOYS GROUP
    Niklas Östberg CEO Delivery Hero
    Alexander Frolov General Partner Target Global
    Dr. Philipp Kreibohm Co-Founder Home24
    Thierry Petit Co-Founder & Co-CEO
    Philip Rooke CEO Spreadshirt
    Susanne Zacke Member of the Board Auctionata

    Travel & Tourism
    Johannes Reck CEO GetYourGuide
    Bo Ilsoe Managing Partner Nokia Growth Partners (NGP)
    Glenn Fogel Head of Worldwide Strategy and Planning Priceline Group
    Hugo Burge CEO Momondo Group
    Joachim Hunold Founder Air Berlin
    Jochen Engert Founder & Managing Director FlixBus

    7 Steps Needed for the Internet Economy in Europe
    Clark Parsons CEO Internet Economy Foundation

    Ragnar Kruse CEO Smaato
    Zvika Netter CEO & Co-Founder Innovid
    Jürgen Galler Co-Founder and CEO 1plusX
    Tim Schumacher Chairman Eyeo
    Carl Erik Kjærsgaard Chairman and Co-Founder Blackwood Seven

    Healthcare, Science & Education
    Mariusz Gralewski Founder & CEO Docplanner
    Markus Witte Founder and CEO Babbel
    Dr. Torsten Oelke Executive Chairman CUBE
    Jessica Federer Chief Digital Officer Bayer
    Friedrich Schwandt Founder & CEO Statista
    Stanislas Niox-Chateau CEO Doctolib

    Fintech - 1:1
    Christian Mylius Managing Partner Innovalue Management Advisors
    Julian Teicke Founder & CEO FinanceFox

    Technology, Media & Gaming
    Polina Montano Co-founder and COO JobToday
    Klaas Kersting Founder & CEO flaregames
    Hermione Mckee Head of Finance Wooga
    Hanna Aase CEO Wonderloop
    Christian Sauer CEO Webtrekk
    Nora-Vanessa Wohlert
    Founder and Managing Director EDITION F
    Susann Hoffmann Founder and Managing Director EDITION F
    Peter Würtenberger CEO upday
    Eric Léandri President and Co-Founder Qwant
    Lucas von Cranach Founder & CEO Onefootball

    What We’re Working on at NOAH: An Outlook for the Next 3 Years
    Marco Rodzynek CEO NOAH Advisors Ltd

    Les organisateurs se comportent comme une secte extrémiste - même les musiciens du « get together » font partie d’une startup potentiellement disruptive. Comme ca on est sûr de toujours communiquer sur la même longueur d’ondes bien à l’abri des critiques et contestations.

    Les conditions générales de vente le disent explicitement :

    The event is invitation only and generally tickets are not transferable. However, please contact us with your request and we can review.
    The ticket price for NOAH16 Berlin is EUR 690 for Internet companies and corporates, EUR 850 for service providers; EUR 990 for small investors, EUR 1,490 for large investors and EUR 3,000 for investment bankers. All mentioned prices are excluding VAT. This price includes two full days including breakfast, lunch, and drinks and cocktail party.


    #Berlin #disruption #startup #économie #politique #capitalisme

  • Publisher of Russian Forbes and OK! to Exit Russia | Business | The Moscow Times

    German publisher Axel Springer is withdrawing from its Russian business, Russian news agency RBC reported at the weekend, citing two media sources and a government source.

    A deal to sell an 80 percent stake to Russian publisher Alexander Fedotov, owner of Artcom Media, is in its final stages, with the unit’s CEO Regina von Flemming taking the remaining 20 percent, RBC said.

    An Axel Springer spokeswoman declined to comment and an Artcom Media representative was not available for immediate comment on Sunday.

    The Springer subsidiary publishes the Russian editions of Forbes and OK! magazines, among others.

    Springer’s chief executive Mathias Doepfner said in November that the Russian unit was not significant and the company was reviewing its strategy in view of new media laws in the country.

  • Der Terror-Schock - wie reagieren wir auf die neuen Anschläge ? | Das Erste - Günther Jauch,guentherja

    L’émission politique la plus populaire d’Allemagne communique les points de vue du chef des éditions Axel Springer et du ministre de l’intérieur. Pour nous faire comprendre l’autre côté la journaliste Souad Mekhennet explique les terroristes. Je viens de décrire pour une amie pourquoi l’émission sort de l’ordinaire.

    J’ai aussi regardé l’émission de Günther Jauch. Depuis mercredi la tentative de comprendre les mobiles des gens qui se prononcent occupe une bonne partie de mon temps. J’essaie également de préciser ma propre position par rapport aux événements tragiques et par rapport à Charlie Hebdo. J’avoue que la dernière édition que j’ai acheté date de 2006. Ils avaient cessé de m’amuser déjà avant et je crois avoir compris pourquoi. Mais c’est sans importance.

    Alors passons, je tiens à te dire autre chose. Le rôle de l’émission de Jauch n’est pas de faire de la pédagogie. Elle sert de plateforme aux invités qui y vendent leurs positions. Il est inutile d’y appliquer des critères moraux, c’est une arène de combat où il faut gagner ou mourir. Le résultat dépend de ta maîtrise des armes, dans l’arène télévisée on croise les épées d’un discours formaté.

    J’ai eu l’impression que Mathias Döpfner, le patron des éditions Axel Springer, ne comprend strictement rien à l’islam. Ce n’était pas grave parce qu’il n’était pas présent pour se prononcer à ce propos. Il était là pour donner le rôle d’un éditeur de journaux serein face à la menace terroriste. C’était une belle réussite, pas étonnant, c’est ce qu’il fait tous les jours depuis des années. Autrement il n’a strictement rien apporté, il n’a fourni aucune position ou information d’importance. Il nous a parlé des USA mais sans évoquer des choses qui nous concernent. Par son interprétation du bon patron sympatique Mathias Döpfner a gagné son combat, il t’a conquis. Autrement je le trouvais fatigué et vielli.

    La jeune femme arabe par contre n’a pas réussi à faire passer son message. Souad Mekhennet n’a pas triomphé dans les arènes de Schöneberg. Son message était plus difficile à faire passer vu qu’il contenait des informations extrordinaires qu’on n’entend pas souvent ici. Je te donne l’exemple d’une histoire que même Döpfner n’a pas tout de suite saisi alors que c’est un homme cultivé et intelligent :
    Quand Souad Mekhennet a montré des caricatures d’arabes dans CH à des juifs survivant des camps nazis ils lui disaient que les images leur rappelaient les caricatures de juifs dans les torchons de propagande nazie d’avant guerre. Elle avait du mal à expliquer pourquoi elle racontait cette histoire. Pour un public qui ne suit pas tous les jours de près le conflit israelo-palestinien il faut expliquer le contexte du message pour lui permettre d’y découvrir les couches significatives et les multiples perspectives. Impossible, ce n’est pas prévu dans la conception de l’émission. Raté, toi aussi, tu l’as mal pris. La spécialiste des musulmans a perdu le tournoi.

    L’acteur le plus impressionnant était le ministre de l’intérieur. Le charmant Monsieur de Maizière nous a fait sentir la chaleur humaine qui regnait entre les chefs d’état que FH avait invité. Il s’est calmenent présenté comme professionnel de la sécurité et il a communiqué qu’on était mieux protégé en Allemagne qu’en France parce que ses équipes collaborent étroitement avec nos partenaires britanniques et transantlantiques à savoir CIA, NSA, MIx. et consorts. Il nous a promis d’améliorer encore notre protection par une nouvelle loi qui permettra à l’administration d’interdire aux Allemands de voyager à l’étranger. Comme ca les islamistes auront plus de mal à se rendre dans les zones de combat, il accéderont alors plus difficilement aux formations militaires.

    Je retiens de tous ces discours plus ou moins ambigus qu’on est en train de rétablir le mur, mais cette fois autour de toute l’Allemagen et dans une version virtuelle. C’est la seule information significative que je retiens de l’émission et, sans rire, elle m’effraie. Les murs n’ont jamais protégé qui que ce soit contre quoi que ce soit et leur construction s’est toujours faite à un prix très élevé en vie humaines. Ce développement nous met tous en danger parce qu’on risque de se retrouver dans un univers de surveillance et de soupcon généralisé.

    Je ferai appel à ta solidarité quand on lancera une campagne contre cette réstriction de notre liberté.

    #Charlie_Hebdo #terrorisme #Allemagne

    • C’est comme si un juif / une juive ne pouvait pas être allemand/e en même temps. Le mot « juif » ne définit pas la nationalité d’une personne mais sa religion, à la limite encore sa « culture ». La phrase témoigne de l’influence zioniste au sein des éditions Axel Springer.

  • Le patron d’Axel Springer : « Nous avons peur de Google » - JDN Web & Tech

    Le patron d’Axel Springer : « Nous avons peur de Google »
    Pour la première fois un géant de la presse européenne reconnaît la dépendance complète de son entreprise face à #Google. Lettre ouverte de Mathias Döpfner, PDG du groupe Springer, à Eric Schmidt.

  • Le patron d’Axel Springer : « Nous avons peur de Google »

    La discussion à propos du pouvoir de Google n’est donc pas une sempiternelle théorie de conspiration. Vous-mêmes évoquez le nouveau pouvoir du décideur, du propriétaire et de l’utilisateur. En ce qui concerne l’utilisateur, je n’en suis pas aussi certain sur le long terme. Dans ce domaine, l’impuissance succède rapidement au pouvoir. Et c’est précisément pour cette raison que nous devons ouvrir maintenant cette discussion dans l’intérêt d’un écosystème sain de l’économie numérique à long terme. Cela touche à la concurrence. Et pas seulement économique, mais également à la politique. Cela touche à nos valeurs, notre conception de l’homme, notre ordre social mondial et – à notre avis – avant tout à l’avenir de l’Europe.

    À lire.

    #Axel_Springer #Google #Lettre_ouverte #Politique #Position_dominante #Presse #Économie_numérique

  • Le PDG des éditions Axel Springer Mathias Döpfner publie une lettre ouverte à Eric Schmidt et l’apôtre de la technologie de rupture Jeff Jarvix lui fait la morale.

    Mathias Döpfner : Warum wir Google fürchten

    Offener Brief an Eric Schmidt Warum wir Google fürchten

    16.04.2014 · Zum ersten Mal bekennt hier ein deutscher Manager die totale Abhängigkeit seines Unternehmens von Google. Was heute die Verlage erleben, ist ein Vorbote: Bald gehören wir alle Google. Ein Offener Brief an Eric Schmidt.

    A German business model
    April 16, 2014 by Jeff Jarvis

    The essence of that business model, as practiced especially by German and sometimes French legacy publishers, is to stomp their feet like pouty kindergartners missing a turn at kickball, whining “that’s not fair” and yelling that everything wrong on this playground is the fault of another kid, then running to hide behind the skirt of the teacher. That is what Döpfner does here, demonizing Google (and Mark Zuckerberg while he’s at it) for numerous perceived sins I’ll explore below and — here’s the real agenda — demanding that the European Commission rescue the dinosaurs (his word) with regulation.

    Au fond Google et Axel Springer se disputent la place de celui qui profite au maximum de nous.

    #disruption #allemagne