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The group said on Sunday it had taken all steps to ensure the website, including „all social networking accounts, messaging accounts and social media accounts that feature the images of girls under 16 years of age“.
Its statement on Twitter read: „We’re not happy about the content of the site that you may have더킹 카지노 already used. Please do what you can to remove it ASAP.“
The group said it had taken all steps to ensure the website, including „all social networking accounts, messaging accounts and social media accounts that feature the images of girls under 16 years of age“. The group added: „We won’t be fol울산출장마사지lowing this up with you again because we know you’re not interested in helping us get back at the people who have already taken down our site.“
News_Image_File: Sydney’s police union president Dr James Graham tells News Corp’s 7.30 he will join the government in an attempt to fight the „cyber terror threat“.
The group, which has taken to calling itself the „Cyber Cylinder,“ said it had called on the federal government to ban all social media platforms, including Twitter.
It said it had also demanded Facebook to crack down on its users and its CEO Mark Zuckerberg give all the company’s employees a day off and all Australian residents a day off from work on November 9.
„We need to get a ban lifted immediately. It’s about making our communities safer for all Australians,“ the group said.
News_Image_File: Victoria’s chief of the Federal Police Union, the Gillard administration says it would „respect the right of individual freedom of expression.
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„By taking actions that have been proven to be effective and make our communities safer we will be able to prevent tragedies like today from ever happening again.“
On the day after Friday’s attack, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said it was important to build trust in the lives of people.
In a speech in Melbourne on Monday evening, Mr Abbott said it is crucial to protect the community from online terrorism.
„This is a digital landscape, it’s a world of information that’s changing fast,“ Mr Abbott said.
„It is the 21st century and we can no longer afford to allow terrorists to use the internet as a way to attack people or build their networks and spread hate.“
News_Image_File: NSW Premier Mike Baird says h