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Referendum Against New Swiss Copyright Law

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  • "Two weeks ago, Slashdot reported about the new Swiss DMCA-style law being adopted. It is worth mentioning that the site www.no-dmca.ch is now trying to accomplish this task. If 50'000 people sign the referendum, it forces a national vote on the new law!"

    which task? this phrase is not clear enough

    People don't sign the referendum itself, they usually sign a petition for the referendum, which is then voted nationally

    Of course, on the land of the good chocolate, it could be different.

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