quarta-feira, 15 de abril de 2015

France applies law to limit terrorist recruitment on the internet

The France began debating a law that aims to halt the advance of radical Islam on the internet. Search engines, social networks and mobile operators should be required to filter the data and to notify the secret service activities of users suspected of being linked to terrorist activities. After the simultaneous attacks to Charlie Hebdo and the Kosher supermarket, the French Executive considers this necessary measure, because the threat is both within and comes from outside.

However, this is controversial, prompting the Prime Minister, Manuel Valls, the pulpit of the National Assembly to defend:

-The terrorist threat, we have in mind, is the most formidable challenge of all, we have to face for a long time, we have to be aware of the risks. This is not to be afraid, but rather to remain alert and explain it clearly to our countrymen.

The recent cyberattack on television TV5 Monde, showed that the threat is permanent. According to the law, can watch-if an individual who allegedly put into question the "national independence" or "altoa national interests", economic or foreign policy, and even to crime prevention.

Critics of the law lament the ambiguity of some terms, which may justify some abuses.

Will no longer be necessary to obtain a warrant from the judge to conduct wiretaps or prints, put nanomicrofones in private cars or surveillance cameras without warning. Will be allowed to install spy software on computers to detect and garvar, in real time, all the tutilizador digota on the keyboard.

Indeed, both on Twitter and on Facebook, and even via sms on mobiles (asking to connect to certain site), show that the recruitment of radicals is at its peak and that we must change the rules. Although recruiters perform photographic profiles hooded can maintain dialogues during hours with smaller until someone who sees, as a matter of fact, report to the police.

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