Germany calls for ban of neo-Nazi sites abroad

[AP] Germany’s Justice Minister is calling for Internet service providers in the U.S. and elsewhere to remove neo-Nazi images, text and other content that can be viewed inside the country in violation of laws forbidding any Nazi symbols.It’s doubtful, though, that Germany will have much luck persuading U.S. companies to remove material that is legal in the United States.
http://news.smh.com.au/breaking-news-technology/germany-calls-for-ban-of-neonazi-sites-abroad-20090710-devv.html
http://news.theage.com.au/breaking-news-technology/germany-calls-for-ban-of-neonazi-sites-abroad-20090710-devv.htmlAlso see:German Web Censorship Law Passed
The German web censorship law passed the German Bundestag earlier today. This could mean that German Internet providers with more than 10.000 customers have to create filters based on a secret list that is provided by the German Federal Criminal Office. Users who access Internet sites that are included in the list will be presented with a stop sign instead of the website itself. The traffic details will be recorded but cannot be used for criminal prosecution. The police does have the right to check the data on suspicion.
http://www.ghacks.net/2009/07/10/german-web-censorship-law-passed/

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