If this dope has his way, people in the European Union won’t be able to use Google ™ (Hi Serg!) search engine to search for bomb, genocide, terrorist, or kill.
Reuters reports that Frattini, the European Union official responsible for “freedom, security and justice,” plans to ask companies to find ways to keep people from finding pages based on searches that include such terms.
If this was in place, you would not be able to read about special anti-terrorist worker bees. His search would bomb, it might kill his chance to learn something about new ways to detect explosives.
Bees, or rather bee tongues, are the olfactory key to the new Vapor Detection Instrumentation, developed by Inscentinel Ltd. The “instrument” detects explosives, cancer, drugs and pretty much anything else that stinks, according to the UK company.
You might have just upgraded your OS and gotten a fatal error message, or a Mac bomb. Sorry, those sites are blocked. Richard Stiennon, writing at Threat Chaos, notes that there are at least 84 million pages that contain “bomb.” Think the terrorists might use bobm? or boom? even ka-blooey?
Good luck with that Franco.