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  • The Scriptorium


    European Union gives police authority to hack home PC’s

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 2:37 pm

    Police in the E.U. can now hack a persons personal computer without getting a warrant to look for evidence of a crime they suspect has been, or will be committed. The Bible says the Antichrist will rise out of the EU, and the EU Council of Ministers in Brussels certainly act like they are preparing for his arrival. Computers and the internet are becoming a powerful tool in the hands of the average person. With access to information, it’s much harder for governments and political elites to control the masses. Watch for them to begin attacking that freedom, and increase regulation on the last source of free speech and thought we have.

    A spokesperson for the UK’s Association of Chief Police Officers told the Times that hacking into private citizens’ computers is sometimes necessary in investigating cybercrimes such as child pornography, identity theft and terrorism.

    Anything can be deemed “necessary” when governments reach is not limited. When privacy laws are completely ignored, the list of necessary targets will grow until anything that poses even a remote threat to government power and control is under surveillance. Sadly, people will blindly accept just about anything in the name of tolerance these days.

    Police and state intelligence agencies from several countries may soon be working together to secretly hack into private citizens’ personal computers without their knowledge and without a warrant.

    According to a London Times report, the police hacking process, called “remote searching,” enables law enforcement to gather information from e-mails, instant messages and Web browsers, even while hundreds of miles away.

    Furthermore, the Times reports, a new edict by the European Union’s council of ministers in Brussels has paved the way for international law enforcement agencies to begin remote searching and sharing the information with each other. According to the Times, the United Kingdom’s Home Office, the nation’s lead government department for immigration, drugs and counter-terrorism enforcement, has already quietly adopted a plan that would enable French, German and other European Union police forces to request remote searching be done on UK citizens’ computers.

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