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BERLIN | German security officials called Friday for new laws permitting anti-terrorism investigators greater freedom to spy on Internet users.
They are now blocked from using that investigative tool under constitutionally protected privacy laws.
Germany’s state interior ministers and the federal minister, Wolfgang Schaeuble, stopped short of endorsing a proposal by Bavaria to allow Internet spying on all Islamic converts in Germany.
Originally posted by astmonster
reply to post by djohnsto77
The consitution does not cover such an issue. In the US crimminals are monitored, churches are monitored to catch them being "political".
I think all of Islam should be implanted with RFI chips and tracked step by step.
This is a good logical start.
Originally posted by NuclearPaul
They say this is not a was on Islam, but it obviously is. Probably because the Western leaders knows eventually the Islamic world is going to see them as their enemy, if not already, and if suddenly someone converts to Islam, it's a sign of the side they've chosen. As GWB said, "You're either with us, or against us. There is no middle ground here".