EU justice chief plans new anti-terror measures

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July 3, 2007 15:32

 
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The European Union's top justice official said Tuesday he was drafting new anti-terror measures, including a plan to set up an EU-wide airline passenger data recording system. EU Justice and Home Affairs Commissioner Franco Frattini said his plan would offer "all member states the possibility to establish" national data collection systems of passengers from across the world that fly through their airspace. Frattini said he also was drafting legislation to criminalize those who place bomb-making instructions on the Internet.

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