tikurion writes: "It's only been weeks since the law dubbed "Zugangserschwerungsgesetz" (access impediment law) has been passed in German Parliament despite over 140,000 signatures against it (restriction is said to be effective mid-october 2009). Now Minister for Family Affairs Ursula von der Leyen imlpied in an interview that she is planning on extending the reach of the law, claiming "[...] or else the great internet is in danger of turning into a lawless range of chaos, where you're allowed to bully, insult and deceive limitlessly." More (in German) on golem.de"
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