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Dave Bloke

EU passes website take-down law

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The EU has passed a mandatory regulation which gives them the power to take down any website they fancy with no judicial oversight

https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/government/new-eu-consumer-protection-law-contains-a-vague-website-blocking-clause/

the law was part of a supposed "consumer protection" law - although it actually waters down consumer protection.

 

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17 minutes ago, davidg said:

The EU has passed a mandatory regulation which gives them the power to take down any website they fancy with no judicial oversight

https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/government/new-eu-consumer-protection-law-contains-a-vague-website-blocking-clause/

the law was part of a supposed "consumer protection" law - although it actually waters down consumer protection.

 

The road to hell is paved with good intentions...

 

...and also devious gits who slip things like this into legislation.

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3 minutes ago, One percent said:

So what?  We are out are we not?  

Well we will be once our traitorous politicians have run out of prevarication and excuses. 

Treason and Amber Rudd are probably the two worst MPs you could pick, out of 600, when it comes to digital rights. They have both demonstrated a complete misunderstanding of how the internet works, as well as a deeply worrying interest in snooping.

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4 minutes ago, spunko2010 said:

Treason and Amber Rudd are probably the two worst MPs you could pick, out of 600, when it comes to digital rights. They have both demonstrated a complete misunderstanding of how the internet works, as well as a deeply worrying interest in snooping.

I'm not convinced that any mp knows anything about anything. Seem like the most clueless bunch of idiots to me. 

I guess they are very good at lining their own pockets though. 

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Just now, One percent said:

I'm not convinced that any mp knows anything about anything. Seem like the most clueless bunch of idiots to me. 

I guess they are very good at lining their own pockets though. 

Mr Rees Mogg seems to be very well informed. The more I hear from him the more I realise his 'young fogey' stuff is just an act. 

Mr Boris Johnson is also very intelligent I think, but does seem to suffer slightly from that 'upper class aspergers', which the hostile press seizes on to discredit him. 

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1 minute ago, Austin Allegro said:

Mr Rees Mogg seems to be very well informed. The more I hear from him the more I realise his 'young fogey' stuff is just an act. 

Mr Boris Johnson is also very intelligent I think, but does seem to suffer slightly from that 'upper class aspergers', which the hostile press seizes on to discredit him. 

Well ok, two of the six hundred show some potential. 

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37 minutes ago, Austin Allegro said:

Mr Boris Johnson is also very intelligent I think, but does seem to suffer slightly from that 'upper class aspergers', which the hostile press seizes on to discredit him. 


His most recent "blunder" may actually because he was telling the truth. Shocking that a politician be blasted for that?

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39 minutes ago, sarahbell said:


His most recent "blunder" may actually because he was telling the truth. Shocking that a politician be blasted for that?

Whether it was the truth or not, the fact that he is made out to be far worse than the actual tin-pot mullahs that locked the woman up without a charge, tells you all you need to know about the bias of the media and bien-pensant class in the UK. It stinks of appeasement. 

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