Meanwhile, in Spain...
Really? This proposed law would prevent the organisation of any kind of protest organised through the Internet, thus qualifying as criminal any civil demonstration or public gathering. According to the proposal, even retweeting an event considered by the government violent, would be liable to two years imprisonment.

Really? We think that this proposal will result in... let's see... some online organized protests?

For more, we'll give you several links for you to peruse, and we'd love to hear from our friends in Spain about this.

Spain Wants To Criminalise Online Organisation Of Social Protest
http://www.internetsansfrontieres.com/Spain-Wants-To-Criminalise-Online-Organisation-Of-Social-Protest_a420.html

The Interior says that calling for gatherings on the Internet that may turn to violence will be a crime (Spanish only)
http://www.rtve.es/noticias/20120411/interior-avanza-que-convocar-concentraciones-por-internet-que-deriven-violencia-sera-delito/515213.shtml

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