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The Netherlands: Political group D66 wants DDOS to be a legal right

The political group D66 wants to provide internet users the right to apply a DDOS against any website that they wish.

They attackers only have to tell when they are going to start their DDOS attack.

According to the D66 party a DDOS attack is nothing more than activists that are protesting on a square.

Kees Verhoeven campaign leader of the D66 party believes that in the future online demonstrations will only increase and that the current laws on demonstration are only focussed on the "phyisical" aspect of demonstrating.

The Netherlands still sees a DDOS attack as a illegal vorm of demonstration because of the lack of rules and clarifications.

A judge will see a DDOS as a HACK attempt.

 

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