A number of legislative approaches that are regulating the use of the internet have two things in common: The cut back civil liberties and justify this with the fight against terrorism. But is it sufficient to justify such intensive measures with vague topics? The presentations highlights those areas where terrorists make use of the internet, analysis the potential of some of the measures that are currently on the wish list of law makers worldwide and compares both aspects.
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