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The European Centre for Information Policy and Security (ECIPS) focuses on the critical infrastructures and global security threats, cyber threats and pragmatic solutions, that aids to the risks of security, justice and its policy in public domain. The International Information Policy and Security Council (IIPSC) is the body of Supreme Authority in the Organization. Our web pages also elucidate on the fact that we are a non-governmental organization, unremittingly seeking those links in the chain of Policy Security and Justice, which needs re-enforcement by creating both, a platform and policies, for innovative practices in the domain of Justice and Home Affairs (JHA ) and that we have the ability to take sensitive and (politically) sensitive missions on board, that contribute to our ways of lives whilst maintaining and safeguarding an enjoyable level of freedom in a just society.
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Le Petit Problème With France’s New Big Brother
Can French intelligence agencies handle the terabytes of data that they just got permission to collect?
here is a measure of irony to the landmark intelligence bill that passed the lower house of France’s Parliament on Tuesday: It is intended to legalize some activities that French spies are already doing illegally. With militant fighters streaming back into Europe from the battlefields of Syria, Iraq, and Libya, French authorities have more radicals to keep track of than they have police officers to shadow them. That has left the French security apparatus deeply strained, and the bill passed Tuesday embraces digital mass surveillance as a solution to the manpower problem: What can’t be tracked by a team of undercover officers can perhaps — and “perhaps” is the operative word — be more efficiently monitored by banks of computers.
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ECIPS, The International Global Security & Policy WATCHDOG
Article 2 of the ECIPS decree signed on the 3rd april 2015 approved on the 14 of June 2015 In view of the conformity of the purpose with article 46 of the aforementioned law sates that ECIPS is " To monitor open source research publications and document trends and identification of early signs of changes in the global climate of atmospherics to act as a "Global Watchdog". the decree further allow the ECIPS to • Create special, multidisciplinary research centers to research and address such high-priority issues such as nonproliferation, counterterrorism, counterintelligence, international organized crime and narcotics trafficking, environment, and arms control intelligence.  To view the approved decree in english please press