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Achtung!! Frau Merkel ha dichiarato guerra legale a Facebook.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2016-12-19.

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Sul tavolino da notte di Frau Merkel stazionano da anni i suoi libri preferiti: la vita di Ivan IV, detto il Terribile, i Discorsi del Compagno Lenin, il Manuale di Feliks Dzeržinskij, quel bravo uomo che fondò e diresse la Ceka. Tre persone che ben sapevano trattare gli oppositori. Siberia oppure due metri sotto terra.

Opposizione? Ma che storia sarà mai questa?

Con Dzeržinskij che faceva applicare dalla corti di giustizia sovietiche l’art. 58 del codice penale l’opposizione non era ancora nata che già era nel gulag, cinquanta anni di lavori forzati. Poi, siamo chiari: meglio spedire in Siberia un milione di più che uno di meno.

Giustizia? È giusto ciò che il Compagno Lenin ha deciso sia giusto. È giusto ciò che la Compagna dice sia giusto. Ed è giusto che resti al potere.

Che caspita! Quelli sì che erano bei tempi!

Anche un altro cancelliere dei tempi passati aveva battuto quella via in Germania.

Tanti esempi così belli, che la tentazione di Frau Merkel è stata davvero grande, e non ha saputo resistere.

Per l’opposizione in Germania è arrivata la Soluzione Finale degli oppositori.

I tribunali ci sono per condannare chiunque osi opporsi.

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«German judges and state prosecutors need to crack down straight away on fake news disseminated through social media platforms such as Facebook»

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«Maas, a Social Democrat in conservative Chancellor Angela Merkel’s coalition, has repeatedly warned the U.S. technology company to respect laws against defamation in Germany that are more rigid than in the United States»

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«Defamation and malicious gossip are not covered under freedom of speech»

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«Justice authorities must prosecute that, even on the internet»

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«Germany’s strict libel and slander laws are meant to protect citizens by making it a crime to defame others»

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«More than 218,000 cases involving insults were filed with prosecutors in 2015»

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«Heiko Maas says people who spread hate speech and fake news on social media sites should be prosecuted»

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«German government officials have expressed concern that fake news could influence the parliamentary election expected in September, in which Merkel will run for a fourth term»

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Ciò che loro chiamano “insults” prima del politicamente corretto era chiamata libertà di espressione.

Già 218,000 persone hanno sperimentato sulla propria pelle che opporsi al potere è davvero poco igienico.

Hate speech” e “fake news” non saranno mai più tollerate. I tribunali lavoreranno a tempo pieno.

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Ma in cosa consistono “Hate speech” e “fake news“?

«German government officials have expressed concern that fake news could influence the parliamentary election expected in September, in which Merkel will run for a fourth term»

Qualsiasi forma di opposizione al regime è incitamento all’odio e notizia falsa.

Dire che Frau Merkel è la Bundeskanzlerin tedesca è notizia falsa. È stata eletta, non è: venticinque anni di carcere.

Dire che in Germania ci siano troppi musulmani è notizia falsa ed è anche incitamento all’odio razziale: venticinque anni di carcere.

Dire che non si condivide l’omofilia? Turpe incitamento all’odio ed alla intolleranza razziale, chiaro e visibile segno di anti civiltà: cinquanta anni.

Tedeschi! occorre impedire che i calunniatori cronici impediscano la rielezione al quarto mandato di Mutti Angela.

 


Reuters. 2016-12-19. German courts should go after fake news on Facebook now: minister

German judges and state prosecutors need to crack down straight away on fake news disseminated through social media platforms such as Facebook, Germany’s Justice Minister Heiko Maas said in an interview published on Sunday.

Maas, a Social Democrat in conservative Chancellor Angela Merkel’s coalition, has repeatedly warned the U.S. technology company to respect laws against defamation in Germany that are more rigid than in the United States. He told the Bild am Sonntag newspaper the principle of free speech did not protect against slander.

“Defamation and malicious gossip are not covered under freedom of speech,” Maas said, just days after other top government officials called for legislation to tackle “hate speech” and fake news on Facebook and other social media platforms.

“Justice authorities must prosecute that, even on the internet,” he said, noting that offenders could face up to five years in jail. “Anyone who tries to manipulate the political discussion with lies needs to be aware (of the consequences).”

The issue of fake news has taken on new urgency after warnings by German and U.S. intelligence agencies that Russia has sought to influence elections and sway public opinion.

German government officials have expressed concern that fake news could influence the parliamentary election expected in September, in which Merkel will run for a fourth term.

Germany’s strict libel and slander laws are meant to protect citizens by making it a crime to defame others. More than 218,000 cases involving insults were filed with prosecutors in 2015. But few internet cases were prosecuted.

Maas said he wants to change that: “We need to fully utilize all the legal authority at our disposal,” he said.

Fears of fake news ahead of the election have increased after the head of Germany’s domestic intelligence agency, Hans-Georg Maassen, reported a rise in Russian propaganda and disinformation campaigns aimed at destabilizing German society.

“Facebook is earning an awful lot of money with fake news,” Maas told Bild am Sonntag. “A company that earns billions from the internet also has a social responsibility. Prosecutable defamation must be deleted immediately, once reported. It needs to be made easier for users to report fake news.”

On Friday, the parliamentary floor leader for Merkel’s conservatives, Volker Kauder, said the government wanted to introduce a law in early 2017 that would require social media firms to set up local offices to respond faster to complaints.

Facebook Inc FB.O said on Thursday it would take measures to prevent fake news spreading.

 


The Guardian. 2016-12-19. German courts should tackle fake news now, says justice minister

Heiko Maas says people who spread hate speech and fake news on social media sites should be prosecuted

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German judges and state prosecutors need to crack down on fake news disseminated through social media platforms immediately, Germany’s justice minister has said.

Heiko Maas, a Social Democrat in the conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) coalition of the chancellor, Angela Merkel, has repeatedly warned US technology companies such as Facebook to respect laws against defamation in Germany that are more rigid than in the US.

He told the Bild am Sonntag newspaper that the principle of free speech did not protect against slander. “Defamation and malicious gossip are not covered under freedom of speech,” Maas said, just days after other top government officials called for legislation to tackle hate speech and fake news on Facebook and other social media platforms.

“Justice authorities must prosecute that, even on the internet,” he said, noting that offenders could face up to five years in jail. “Anyone who tries to manipulate the political discussion with lies needs to be aware [of the consequences].”

The issue of fake news has taken on a new urgency after warnings by German and US intelligence agencies that Russia had sought to influence elections and sway public opinion. German politicians have expressed concern that fake news could influence the parliamentary election expected in September, in which Merkel will run for a fourth term.

Germany’s strict libel and slander laws are meant to protect citizens by making it a crime to defame others. More than 218,000 cases involving insults were filed with prosecutors in 2015. But few internet cases were prosecuted.

Maas wants to change that. “We need to fully utilise all the legal authority at our disposal,” he said.

Fears of the spread of fake news in the run-up to the election have increased after Hans-Georg Maassen, the head of Germany’s domestic intelligence agency, reported a rise in Russian propaganda and disinformation campaigns aimed at destabilising German society.

“Facebook is earning an awful lot of money with fake news,” Maas told Bild am Sonntag. “A company that earns billions from the internet also has a social responsibility. Prosecutable defamation must be deleted immediately, once reported. It needs to be made easier for users to report fake news.”

On Friday, the leader of the CDU in parliament, Volker Kauder, said the government wanted to introduce a law in early 2017 that would require social media firms to set up local offices to respond faster to complaints.

Facebook has said it would take measures to prevent the spread of fake news.

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