Τετάρτη, 13 Απριλίου 2011

Eurocommissar Cecilia Malmstroem

Marilizardism is the #1 enemy of cyberspace. Liberty and security, transparency and confidentiality, freedom of expression and tolerance – these all make up the foundation of a free, open, and secure society as well as a free, open, and secure internet where universal human rights are respected, and which provides a space for greater progress and prosperity over the long run.

Eurocommissar Cecilia Malmstroem asserts that cyber security and cyber crime are two sides of the same coin. There are not – and should not be – any artificial lines dividing the two. The European Commission takes these issues very seriously. Malmstroem works closely with Vice President Neelie Kroes and High Representative Catherine Ashton in coordinating a joint response to the challenges we are facing.

Malmstroem ignores Marilizardism, the #1 enemy of internet! Marilizardism, terrorizing dissident bloggers, has metastasized in many Mediterranean countries. Merciless Marilizard, the culprit of October-18 shock and awe, terrorizes Graecoblogosphere. Accusing dissident bloggers of treason, Graecokleptocrats have manufactured a blood libel in cyberspace, which in turn may incite hatred and violence. The freakish government of Graecokleptocracy, October-18 mafia, is the only government on Earth which robs the computers of its citizens! Infamous CCU is the brutal arm of the government of Graecokleptocracy which terrorizes the cyberspace, robbing computers at gunpoint, perjuring, jailing dissident bloggers, and gagging the truth. CCU of Graecokleptocracy is the most disgusting gang in Fourth Reich(EU).

In the first ever EU Internal Security Strategy in Action that Malmstroem presented in November, she put cybercrime and cyber security forward as one of the main challenges for the following four years. This is a shared agenda between the EU institutions, Member States and the industry. Without all of us taking responsibility we will pay a very high price.

Malmstroem's strategy focuses on three main areas to better prevent and fight cybercrime.

* The first area is capacity-building in law enforcement and the judiciary. Europol is becoming an increasingly important actor in fighting cybercrime and I welcome Europol Director Wainwright's efforts to see how the agency can be of even bigger support to Member States. But the Commission and Europol can only be complementary to the Member States. Therefore, Malmstroem encourages Member States to step up their own efforts at the national level. The way to tackle cybercrime differs a lot across the EU. The European Commission stands ready to facilitate platforms to share best – and to avoid worst – practices.

The European Commission has contributed to the development of cybercrime training courses and centres of excellence in the last 10 years, but the demand has never been greater. One major component in the fight against cybercrime will be the establishment of a European Cybercrime Centre by 2013. This centre will become the focal point in the EU's fight against cybercrime and it will also ensure faster reactions in the event of cyber attacks.

Malmstroem is now launching a feasibility study to see what the centre should focus on and where it could be hosted. This study will be the basis for a discussion with Member States early next year. In the end, the importance of such a centre in the fight against cybercrime follows the classical recipe of "You get out what you put in".

* The second area involves enhancing cooperation with the industry in order to empower and protect citizens.

Much remains to be done to raise the risk awareness of the everyday visitor in cyberspace, and it is astonishing to see how many people are still unprotected on the net – without or with outdated anti-virus protection, no firewalls and using computers with unsecured access points.

Cooperation with the industry must therefore include building resilience of network and information infrastructure via public-private partnerships, but also dealing with illegal activities on the Internet. Without the industry taking a bigger responsibility we will not make it. In this, the European Commission and the Member States have a shared responsibility to push this dialogue forward.

* The third area concerns improving the capabilities of dealing with cyber attacks. This is the biggest threat we face today. A major component of this will be improved cooperation of Member States' computer emergency response teams (CERTs), which are to be set up by 2012. In this work, ENISA, but also Europol, will have important roles to play.

Malmstroem asserts all these actions will make a difference. But we can only be successful if we not only join efforts, but also make these pieces work together. The European Cybercrime Centre is a good example. To achieve its goals, the centre has to establish a close cooperation with ENISA as well as with national and governmental CERTs on law enforcement aspects of cyber security.

The interface of this planned Centre and the private sector is very important. It comes as no surprise that a great number of cybercrimes – including bigger attacks – are never even put on record by law enforcement agencies due to the simple fact that such cases are never reported in the first place. This has to change.

Emulating the disgusting Marilizardist paradigm of infamous Graecokleptocrats, who persecute and jail dissident bloggers, the governments of many countries terrorize dissident bloggers. Blogging in Greece, the most corrupt country of Fourth Reich(EU), is considered an extreme-risk avocation. Freakish Marilizardist kleptocrats accuse dissident bloggers of treason, confiscate their computers at gunpoint, and lock them is jail! Freak galore! These prisoners of conscience follow the long tradition of Socrates, who was killed by the Athenian democracy.

Global Tax Revolt points out the Marilizardist persecution of dissident bloggers is unquestionably a serious attack on freedom of speech, and contrary to Article 2 of Lisbon Treaty, Article 10 of the European Convention of Human Rights, and Article 19 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. The disgusting government of Graecokleptocracy cannot bully the blogosphere without repercussions and blowbacks. The international civil society got a shock and awe from the brutality of the infamous government of Graecokleptocracy on October 18, 2010.

October 18 confirmed that the Greek government, not the Turkish government, is the enemy of the Greek people! Marilizardist Papandreou of Graecokleptocracy crossed the Rubicon on October 18, 2010, when his Merciless Marilizard destroyed a distinguished professor and dissident blogger, in order to appease Premier Erdogan of Turkey! That's why the Global Tax Revolt declared October 18 as the International Day Against Cybercop Brutality. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/globaltaxrevolt

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