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Australia to jail their citizen for 10 Years if they don't give their Passwords to Cops

By The European Union Times New Australian bill introduces some of the toughest legislation anywhere in the world for refusing to hand over personal data, while other Western countries are scrambling for their own solutions. Existing legislation already allows for imprisonment for up to two years for failing to give investigators access when serious crime…

MSNBC asks Twitter to turn off Trump's account

By The European Union Times Well the levels of censorship in America are skyrocketing. Even if this didn’t happen yet, the fact that people want it and demand it its all that matters. As an outside observer it doesn’t really bother us that much what happens in America. After all if it doesn’t bother the…

Putin to Attend Anti-Migrant Austrian Minister's Wedding

By The European Union Times From security arrangements to choice of present to geopolitical implications, Western media is fascinated (and alarmed) by Vladimir Putin’s decision to drop in on the wedding of Karin Kneissl – and some have demanded she resign. Above all else, it appears that in almost two decades as an international political…

Dog Defends German Couple From Violent Migrants

By The European Union Times A dog defended its owners from an attack by four Afghan migrants, German media reported. The dog’s owners, a 22-year-old girl and a 31-year-old male, were walking through downtown Chemnitz, a city in eastern Germany not too far from Dresden, last Saturday night when the man was attacked. “As they…

321,142 Nonwhites Fake “Refugees” Invade Europe So Far in 2018

By The European Union Times A total of 321,142 nonwhites pretending to be refugees have invaded Europe from January to June 2018, according to figures released by the European Asylum Support Office (EASO). According to the EASO’s “Latest Asylum Trends” report, in June, some 51,300 “applications for international protection” were lodged in European Union countries,…

Mass protest in Israel over Arab discriminating nation-state law

By The European Union Times Tens of thousands are protesting in Tel Aviv against ‘nation-state’ law that prioritized Jewish values in Israel and has been criticized as discriminating sparking local and international condemnation. Protesters have been holding signs “If we are brothers we must be equals” and “Our force is in our unity – the…