In Belgium, messengers like Signal could soon be banned. A new legislative proposal is responsible for this, as “” reports. It is a version of data retention.

In certain situations, all data of the population should therefore be allowed to be collected. These include terrorist attacks when the perpetrator is still at large.

So far, companies in Belgium have only been obliged to store data that they need themselves. According to the new law, however, they would be obliged to keep all collected data in stock. However, Signal does not want that. So far, the messenger only saves the date of account creation and the time of the last network connection.

It is not yet clear what impact the Belgian proposal will have on the other EU members. In the past, the state has often been a role model for other countries.

Rising heating costs, more expensive groceries and inflation. Prices are currently skyrocketing everywhere. But how are people in Germany dealing with this wave of inflation? Where is it saved and what impact does it have on your life? FOCUS Online was traveling in Munich and asked.

The problems with card payments in supermarkets and gas stations are causing frustration among people. On the Internet, many see confirmation that cash is still justified. Others warn of further increasing digitization.

At least 19 children and two teachers were killed in a massacre at an elementary school in Texas on Tuesday. The children killed were so disfigured that the parents had to provide DNA samples for identification. The perpetrator apparently announced his act to a girl from Frankfurt.

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