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Windows 7: Search Engines Should Become Government Spies, Says EU Parliament


30 Aug 2010   #11

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by hackerman1;929568
i looks loke you REALLY have got it all backwards....

as i posted above: "Ixquick has been awarded by EU, because EU does [B
NOT[/B] want search-engines to "spy" on european citizens."

at least it was so when i read about Ixquick and the award....

and i have not heard anything else, but now you really woke me, im going to doublecheck this, then ill get back to you.
Read the article the OP posted:

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A draconian proposal to retain all Internet search traffic, known as "Written Declaration 29," was adopted by the European Parliament last week. Framed as a measure to crack down on paedophiles, the controversial Declaration calls on the EU to require that search engines store all search traffic for up to two years for possible analysis by authorities.


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30 Aug 2010   #12

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Tha sad thing is so few people know about it.

Only a few who are interested in computing/the net would know.

The public are totally unaware of what is being done behind their backs "for their own good".

There is a great line at the end of the movie Demolition Man .

Beautifully delivered by Nigel Hawthorne:

"But it's what you wanted - it's for your own good"
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27 Feb 2013   #13

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what needs to be done is have a smart hacker enter all these oppressive Western governments files and destroy it.
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27 Feb 2013   #14

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You realize this was from 2010, right?
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28 Feb 2013   #15

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 (64 bit), Windows XP SP3, Linux Mint 17 MATE (64 bit)
 
 
Politicians Are Scum

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A draconian proposal to retain all Internet search traffic, known as "Written Declaration 29," was adopted by the European Parliament last week. Framed as a measure to crack down on paedophiles, the controversial Declaration calls on the EU to require that search engines store all search traffic for up to two years for possible analysis by authorities.
The Australian Government want to do the same thing.
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