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Calls For European ISPs To Filter Content Could Be Illegal

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jfruh writes Last week, justice ministers from EU countries called for ISPs to censor or block certain content in the “public interest.” But a legal analysis shows that such moves could actually violate EU privacy laws, since it would inevitably involve snooping on the content of Internet traffic to see what should be blocked.

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