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Italian MEP Wants To Eliminate Anonymity On the Internet

June 18th, 2010 06:36 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

m94mni writes “The European Parliament wants to monitor your Internet searches for child porn offenders, as previously reported. The declaration was adopted yesterday, and in an interview with the Swedish news outlet Europaportalen.se, the Italian MEP behind the declaration, Tiziano Motti, shares his views on the Internet and anonymity. In essence, Motti wants to completely eliminate anonymity on the Internet. ‘Each upload of text, images, or video clips must be traceable by the authorities’, says Motti. This is in line with the secretive UN initiative Q6/17, revealed two years ago.” The doublespeak here seems to go beyond the imprecision of automated translation.

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