Max Hill QC says that the UK does not lack the power to pursue terrorists online and should keep technology companies onside The Government's plans to sanction internet businesses for hosting extremist material is not how "our democratic society" should be treated according to the counter-terrorism watchdog. Max Hill QC warned that proposals to "criminalise" internet companies as advocated by Theresa May and Amber Rudd would not only alienate those companies but also make it more difficult…
n the Conservative war on terror, the first casualty is Parliament ... In choosing to limit debate and expert witnesses on the proposed new anti-terror bill, the Harper government is showing it hasn't learned from the past, Chris Hall writes. Being tough on terror may be popular, but public approval is no substitute for public scrutiny.
Was Ottawa shooter's Parliament Hill attack his Plan B?
Was Michael Zehaf-Bibeau's attack on Parliament Hill his Plan B? Ottawa shooter may have turned to terror plan after failing to get passport out of Canada By Evan Dyer, CBC News Posted: Feb 28, 2015 5:00 AM ET
Was the "terrorist" attack on Ottawa a set-up? Did the authorities take advantage of an opportunity? Why are the eye-witness accounts different from what was reported? When something doesn't make sense, we're missing some critical information. This Ottawa Citizen report will open your eyes. #terror #C51 #Canada Security camera footage of Parliament Hill shooter from multiple angles
The deadly shooting on Parliament Hill in Canada and hatchet attack on police officers in New York City represent the growing threat of lone-wolf terror attacks, the chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee warned today.