Thursday, June 11, 2015

Australian states, France try to pre-censor jihadists without judicial review

Electronic Frontier Foundation, in a piece by Sarah Myers West, documented overreach in many countries in trying to stop jihadism, in an article here

Two Australian states, Victoria and Queensland, considered Internet access bans and curfews for people suspected of jihadist ties.  And following the Charlie Hebdo killing, France censored several websites, without judicial review.
It’s apparent that this would probably add fuel to the fire that western governments are trying to suppress religious “truth”.  

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