Following the bombing attacks in Brussels attacks, European ministers gathered in Brussels to discuss ‘policy’ in a push to combat terrorism.
Reports indicated that they were preparing to push through new legislation giving security agencies direct access to telecommunications and other online data.
A draft statement stated: “We are convinced of the need to … find ways, as a matter of priority, to secure and obtain more quickly and effectively digital evidence”
So it looks like Europeans will have to give up more of their liberties…but is that the ‘solution’?
The RonPaulLibertyReport asks:
Anyone could predict this: just days after the Brussels attacks the security “experts” warned Europeans that they must give up some more of their liberties so that their governments can keep them safe. It’s the same old refrain, but does it ever work?
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