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French Prime Minister: no ban on public hotspots during emergency
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls argues that there is no ban will come on use of public hotspots during an emergency. Recently it was announced that French police wanted to add this privilege to two bills.
Last week, the newspaper Le Monde leaked a proposal which showed that the French police would be empowered to impose a state of emergency in the use of public hotspots to tires and to issue a ban on communication via the Tor network. The reason for this was that the police would have trouble tracking down people who use these techniques.
The prime minister says now against BFM TV that terrorists indeed communicate through these roads and spread their ideology, but that effective measures should be taken. “The blocking of public hotspots is thereby not currently the preferred route,” he adds. In the interview the interviewer speaks itself about the blockade of the Tor network, the premier But this is not explicitly in. So it is impossible to say with certainty whether these plans are on track.
According to BFM TV do these words of the Prime Minister nor that any similar plans of the French government of the job and calls this the example that taxis and Internet customers, you should register.Viewing:-198
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