LB: The fact that Project Gutenberg is now blocked at least in Germany and Italy points to a flaw in yet again relying on a US-based website in the EU, where the legislation (this time around copyright) is different and courts can make an easy case of blocking the site.

Disrespecting copyright is of course one avenue that should be explored, but on top of that, what if there was a European version of Gutenberg that would make sure that the selection doesn't violate European copyright laws?

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