Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Austria launches new cyber crime force!

Johanna Mikl-Leitner austrias minister of the interior has launched the new project "fight cybercrime" 

The so called "Cyber-Crime-Competence-Center" consists of 300 new retrained police officers / it-experts.
They 300 users are going to get trained at an Academy launched by the BKA and will be trained specially on a point that makes me curious - ENCRYPTION and ANONYMIZING.

That sounds like they are going to establish a force that will detect people in austria who will use privacy and anonymous services... I dont know what i should think about this, isnt there enough crime out there than should be stopped? instead of some heads working on their privacy :) 


police academy head on!


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14 comments:

  1. i am pretty much every week in austria.. i'll try to stay away from those new police forces ^^

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  2. Meh, i hope the same thing will happen to them as happened in France if i can remember. They got hacked aswell :P

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  3. it's very important for them to fuk over any liberty we might be enjoying. The Matrix needs to be in check again,

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  4. australia has weird laws this expescially.

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  5. Yeah i heard of this a few days back, China started it all

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  6. The internet is starting to loose its anonimity and it is being censored also, indeed the apocalypse has begun

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  7. haha cyber police. going to be hard to catch people. also love your penguin police thing

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  8. zealot austria is not australia ;)

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  9. They will fail to stop the interwebs

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  10. Its like we're living a tom clancy novel.

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