Friday, July 1, 2011

Say No to Police Intervention of Internet ~ Danger of Computer Monitoring Bill

Computer monitoring bill is about to be forcibly passed amidst earthquake, tsunami and nuclear power plants disasters. This dangerous bill would allow police or court to monitor communication history on anyone’s internet without a warrant. It would deprive us of free exchange of information via internet and lead to restriction of expression. The upper house passed the bill only within a few hours of discussion at the end of May, and the upper house was to start discussion on June 7 to vote on it. The parliament aims to quickly pass and establish the legislation. We need to inform the public of its danger and raise our voices. (By M) View HP, photo of a panel discussion on May 9. ※The bill passed the upper house on June 17 and is to be enacted in July.

「コンピュータ監視法」が「原発震災」のドサクサの中で、強行成立させられようとしている。これは危ない。この法律が通れば、警察が裁判所の令状なしに「通信履歴」の監視ができるようになる。自由なネット環境が奪われ、言論弾圧につながるものだ。先月末に数時間の審議で衆議院採決が強行され、6月7日から参議院で審議に入るが、早期の通過・成立が狙われている。今必要なことは、多くの人にこの法律の危険性を知らせ、反対の声を上げること。「盗聴法に反対する市民連絡会」は国会議員への働きかけと6/9院内集会への参加を呼びかけている。院内集会では、レイバーネット共同代表の安田幸弘氏も発言する。(M) ・市民連絡会HP *写真=コンピュータ監視法を考えるシンポジウム(5/9)


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