Didn't had much time today, but added up 2 new links and a link provided by DanWL.
This particular video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwR34cT1grw
was very interesting to me. It makes a case that large news companies will be able to destroy independent news providers. Basically as media giants provide real news, they will only be able to copyright real news, which means that fake news spreaders will be able to avoid this copyright law.
That video also told a story at the end of a news article getting changed over night from being negative towards article 13 towards being positive about. The most interesting part about it was removal of quote of anonymous EU parliament member telling stories of large media groups lobbying for pass of this article.
Now if article 13 passes, it's likely to affect Warzone in following ways:
a) WZ staff will need to police content and remove links.
b) Fizzer makes algorithm which automatically prevents posting of links/images
c) Copyright owner (anyone can now make claims, which leads to risks of false claims) makes a claim and demands something to be removed (either link or even 1 quoted sentence) and it gets taken down.
d) WZ gets copyrighted material sharing license (likely to be very expensive).
e) Either WZ bans users entering from EU or EU bans users to access WZ (this would force players to get VPN)
f) Article 13 fails to pass/gets changed.
g) WZ does nothing and nobody cares about it (although copyright owners could start at any moment to care).
Most of above scenarios don't look good to me.