Following the recent terror attack in Manchester, Theresa May is urging G7 Leaders to tackle Online extremism. The question is, what is deemed extremism?
The Daily Mail reports:
The G7 backed Mrs May’s call for more pressure to be put on internet companies such as Google, Facebook and Twitter to target extremist messages online.
This will include developing technology which automatically identifies and removes messages that incite violence…..
The G7 will support the creation of an international industry-led forum to develop and share tools of this type, she said.
Of course by extremism they are referring to ISIS and the radicalisation of young muslim men, well at least that is what we are led to believe is their purpose for such measures. But in reality this is not just about ISIS, in fact it has nothing whatsoever to do with ISIS. Last week we reported how Theresa May proposed to ‘Govern the Internet’ in order to control explicit material:
Theresa May Proposes Controlled Internet Comparable To Communist China
Then a few days later we have the Manchester Suicide bomber Salman Abedi, allegedly kill 22 people and injure many others. The last few terror attacks in Europe have raised questions over Encrypted messaging applications such as Whatsapp, with World leaders demanding that Whatapp developers integrate backdoor access for intelligence agents:
WhatsApp | ‘Intelligence Services Must Have Access To Encrypted Messaging Services’
This is nothing more than the take down of the Internet as we know it. The ability to share information about the murderous governments ruling our World is doing far to much damage to the Elites agenda.
‘Extremism’ comes in many forms, from Western Government backed Jihadist’s brainwashing young Muslims to join their club, to Anarchist’s like ourselves who expose the corrupt Government’s running the World.
Arguing that you don’t care about the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don’t care about free speech because you have nothing to say.
– Edward Snowdon