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‘Pirates’ will denounce the closure of Telegram in Europe to try to revoke Judge Pedraz’s decision

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‘Pirates’ will denounce the closure of Telegram in Europe to try to revoke Judge Pedraz’s decision

Lawyer Josep Jover and Padrórepresenting the party Pirates of Cataloniawill foreseeably present the Monday a complaintagainst Spain before the Court of Justice of the European Union (SEE) for avoid closure precautionary application Telegramtidy on Saturday by the judge of the National Court Santiago Pedraz following a complaint from Atresmedia, Mediaset and Movistar Plus for infringement of Copyright.

The political formation, which has the defense of civil liberty in the digital world as one of its main flags, considers a act of “censorship” the temporary blocking order issued by the magistrate. As reported by LA RAZÓN, Judge Pedraz has taken into account that “there is no other measure” what can brake the constant infringement from intellectual property that occurs in certain channels of the application and before the lack of response by the authorities of the Virgin Islandswhere the platform matrix is ​​registered.

Through this lawyer, specialized in community legislation, they want to bring the “disproportionality” and the “Attack on freedom of expression”that they attribute to the measures taken by the magistrate against an application that, Piratas assures in a statement, used by 40% of the Spanish population.

Although on Saturday the National Court gave three hour deadline to telecommunications operators to enforce the blockade, for now Telegam continues to function normally. It is planned that in the next hours you can no longer access the messaging service.

Furthermore, the Catalan federation of European Pirate Partywhich from 2011 to 2015 had two councilors in Catalonia and currently do not have representation, will register a series of queries in the Eurocamera and before him European Commissioner for JusticeDidier Reynders, to warn about the “authoritarian and censorious drift” of certain “Estates” of the Spanish state. They will do it through the Czech and German ‘pirate’ MEPs.

This it’s not the first time that Pirates of Catalonia undertakes legal actions aimed at fighting against what they consider censorship on the Internet. At the time they denounced the closure of one web that reported on the illegal vote of the 1-O and of the application and movement website “Democratic Tsunami”investigated for terrorism in the National Court.

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