Censorship on the Internet may finally be dealt with
Is Thought Terrorism (TT) getting more difficult?
It may now be more difficult to get you off the Internet by the hands of anonymous cryptic men working in the back.
Here is what to do:
Get hold of the Council of Europe’s Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.
Read the various articles, especially 6, 10, 11.
Has your Internet Provider violated Article 10, and 11? The main Articles in case of Censorship.
Were you notified about being Censored?
Were reasons given? But these reasons must be ‘in detail’. The Internet Provider has to back up with detailed argument, just not some fast shooting dismissal.
Are the people who have accused you identifiable people or just face-less individuals and ghosts? No anonymity is permitted. The accusers must be physical available persons with whom you can question about their acts.
Hence, it may not be so easy as some Internet Providers hope by Censoring you. On top of it, the Internet Provider will by duly known for his acts and may think twice before he attempts to censor again.
What we see being done on the Internet today by Internet Providers is the depiction of dissenters as Witches for fears exploited for political gain.—Ditlieb Felderer
HERE FOR ADDRESS FOR EUROPEAN CITIZENS:
Conseil De l’Europe, F-67072 Strasbourg Cedex, France, Telephone 88 41 20 18
Conseil De l’Europe, F-67075 Strasbourg Cedex, France, Telephone +33 (0) 3 884120 29; Fax +33(0)3 88 41 27 54
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