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IN many ways, the cytometry analysis paradigm has changed little since the 1980s.
Analysis begins with collecting correlated measurements from populations of suitably
stained cells. Samples are normally reacted with reporter molecules or stains
that confer information about the quantity of specific types of cellular structures or
molecules either on or in the cell. A cocktail of stains along with the cell’s intrinsic
properties allows different cell types to be partially or completely delineated from
each other in subsequent analyses. Stains can include one or more fluorescentlabeled
monoclonal antibodies, nucleic acid-specific fluorescent components, fluorescent
lipophilic molecules, viable cell dyes, etc. The intrinsic properties of the cells
include, but are not limited to, light scatter and electronic cell volume.

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The most important parts of this are Articles 11 and 13. Article 11 is intended to give publishers and papers a way to make money when companies like Google link to their stories, allowing them to demand paid licenses. Article 13 requires certain platforms like YouTube and Facebook stop users sharing unlicensed copyrighted material.

Critics of the Copyright Directive say these provisions are disastrous. In the case of Article 11, they note that attempts to “tax” platforms like Google News for sharing articles have repeatedly failed, and that the system would be ripe to abuse by copyright trolls.

Article 13, they say, is even worse. The legislation requires that platforms proactively work with rightsholders to stop users uploading copyrighted content. The only way to do so would be to scan all data being uploaded to sites like YouTube and Facebook. This would create an incredible burden for small platforms, and could be used as a mechanism for widespread censorship. This is why figures like Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales and World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee came out so strongly against the directive. – The Verge





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