A new law enacted Monday in France will allow the government to shut down websites without a court order, in a move that officials say will help combat terrorism and child pornography but which civil liberties advocates warn threatens free speech rights.
“We do not combat terrorism if we do not take measures to regulate the internet.”
It won’t be long before we hear the same thing here in the US.
“‘Today, 90 percent of those who swing toward terrorist activities within the European Union do so after visiting the internet,’” What is his point? Probably 100% do so after visiting the toilet or eating a croissant.