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EU Parliament use child porn to log Google search

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 4 years ago


An anonymous reader writes "A written declaration in the European Parliament plays the child porn card to be able to store all searches on the internet.
Written Declaration 29 says that the "Commission [needs] to implement Directive 2006/24/EC and extend it to search engines in order to tackle online child pornography and sex offending rapidly and effectively". What they don't say is that Directive 2006/24/EC is the Data Retention Directive, and that storing all internet searches probably won't stop child pornography or sex offenders, but is just another way to take us one step further "1984"."

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