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    Post by rocky Sat 03 Jun 2017, 1:37 am

    International Press



    The Guardian: The United States may request knowledge of social networking accounts for visitors  
    according to reports that Alombrkyin border officers may request passwords of social networking for some travelers accounts
    amid busy British newspapers Friday echoes the United States announced its withdrawal from the Paris Convention to combat climate change, and the escalation of election campaigns among the contenders in the elections The British planned next week, singled out newspapers The Guardian and the Financial Times to devote Avctahitehma to cyber security issues.
    And carried an editorial Guardian newspaper headline says: "If Uncle Sam asked about Facebook, he is not planning for your friendship!".
    The editorial says that the appetite of American national security personal information appear avaricious and saturation, in last December, the Obama administration began by asking some foreign visitors about the names of their accounts on social media, and activists warned in the field of civil liberties risks, it has expanded these procedures under President Donald Trump 's management, as may be required seeking to obtain a visa to enter the United States to provide all identities they used in the means of social communication during the previous five years to submit the application.
    The paper adds that reports that border officers may also ask for passwords of social networking accounts for some travelers, though these requests are sent long before reaching the border.
    Shows that such people who will be subject to these measures may be asked to provide a list of all the countries they visited for the last 15 years and to clarify how to finance their trips to them, as well as the places where they worked with and Anoaineha in 15 years, and the names of all relatives, children , and the dates of birth and all phone numbers e - mail addresses they used during the last five years.
    The paper points out that this plan has descended from Trump 's plan to prevent Muslims travel to the United States , which is stopped by the judiciary for being discriminatory clearly.
    He adds that in the wake of the disabled first executive order issued by President Trump, the Department of Homeland Security Congress said that if requested by persons of certain nationalities to enter the United States . "We want to get their accounts for social networking and passwords ... and if they refuse to cooperate does not allow them to enter."



    " The Economist": a state of chaos and contradiction after 19 weeks of the reign of Trump
    confirmed the report of the magazine " The Economist" British, said that a state of chaos and contradictions emerging in the world, after the arrival of US President Donald Trump to rule since 19 weeks, and that this situation is not reassuring States US United in particular, and the world in general.
    Addressed the report, the decision of US President Donald Trump for his exit from the Climate Convention, despite its support for NATO, but the decision was made without a return to the advice of the wise men
    in the White House, also described the climate agreement as a trick aimed at destroying everything.
    The report also pointed out that US President Trump seriously undermined the security of all NATO countries by refusing to express its support for the article 5 of the Alliance, and the obligation to treat an attack on the state as an attack on all.


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