Christian Engström, Pirate MEP

31 maj 2010

Written declaration 29, for data retention of Internet searches

Postat i: English,informationspolitik,Smile29 — Christian Engström @ 5:07

"Extend data retention to search engines, to protect the children!" EU parliamentarians demand in Written declaration 29

This is a translation of a blog post I published in Swedish on May 28, with most of the links changed to point at targets in English.

All Members of the European Parliament can right now sign a so called ”written declaration”, that demands that the Data Retention Directive be extended to cover search engines as well. They will then be forced to routinely save data about which information each of us citizens has been looking for on the net. The argument for the expanded surveillance is the fight against child pornography, as usual.

The proposal for collection of data about our Internet searches is known as Written declaration 29. The people behind the written declaration have a campaign site called smile29.eu.

I don’t know why they have chosen such a tasteless web address. Whether we are talking about sexual abuse of children or the introduction of mass surveillance, I don’t think it’s anything to smile about. But that’s a side track.

The core demand in Written declaration 29 is

2. Asks the Council and the Commission to implement Directive 2006/24/EC and extend it to search engines in order to tackle online child pornography and sex offending rapidly and effectively;

(Emphasis added)

If you follow the reference to Directive 2006/24/EC, an old acquaintance rears its ugly head: the Data Retention Directive.

According to the Data Retention Directive, which is currently in various stages of implementation in the different member states, Internet service providers and mobile network operators are required to collect and save data about who we are in contact with and where we are located. With Written declaration 29, search engines like Google and others will have to collect and save data about our searches, and make the data available to the police on demand.

Several Swedish bloggers have taken note of Written declaration 29, for example Xorbot, Sultan, Satmaran, and Göran Widham.

I agree with their criticism. This proposal adds another building brick to the surveillance society.

So what happens now?

A written declaration is one of the many instruments that the European Parliament has to express its views on a matter. The written declarations are slightly outside the normal work flow at the European Parliament. They are intended as a means for groups of individual MEPs (Members of the European Parliament) to take initiatives that are outside the current political agenda, often for the purpose of starting a debate.

For example, Written declaration 30 wants to limit the use of trans-fatty acids in food, and Written declaration 34 wants to make May 22 the European Day Against Obesity.

The authors of a written declaration first write a text that says what they think the European Parliament should express as its opinion. It has to be a short text of at most 200 words, and it should be structured like the examples, with first some references, then a fes paragraphs where the European Parliament expresses an opinion and proposes some actions.

The authors of Written declaration 29 are MEP Tiziano Motti from Italy, and MEP Anna Záborská from Slovakia. Both are members of the Christian Democrat group EPP, which is the biggest group in the parliament.

When the written declaration is submitted to the tabling office it is given a number, and is translated to all the official working languages. It is then kept avaialable for all Members of the European Parliament for 3 months, so that they can sign the declaration if they want to.

If a written declaration is successful in collecting signatures from a majority of the members within the stipulated time, it is adopted. Then whatever the decalation said becomes the official position of the European Parliament on the matter.

If the authors of a declaration fail to get enough colleagues to sign it within the time frame, the declaration falls and that is the end of it.

Since there are 736 members of the parliament (until the Lisbon Treaty extends that number), 369 signatures are required for a written declaration to pass.

On the overview page for written declarations you can see how many signatures each declaration has collected. Right now, Written declaration 29 has collected 324 signatures.

It is already dangerously close to being adopted.

When a written declaration is adopted, this in itself has no formal legal effect. All it says is that the European Parliament thinks this or that about a certain issue, and invites the European Commission to take this or that initiative to address the problem. It is then up to the Commission if it chooses to take any such initiatives, or if it prefers to just ignore it.

But even if an adopted written declaration has no direct legal effect, it is an important signal to the Commission. If there is somebody within the Commission who wants to do a certain thing, and a written declaration appears asking the Commission to do just that, it becomes considerably easier for the Commission to get going.

If Written declaration 29 about data retention for internet searches becomes reality, it will presumably be delivered to Swedish Commissioner Cecilia Malmström. She is responsible for the area of Fredom, Security, and Justice” (yes, it’s actually called that), and she has recently made a proposal for the introduction of censorship on the Internet with child pornography as the excuse.

If this declaration is adopted, Ms. Malmström will get more gasoline to pour on the flames. She can then point at the parliament explicitly asking her to introduce data retention on Internet searches, and continue her crusade under the child pornography banner against the free and open Internet.

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  2. In my opinion this is the same tactics that is used by the Commission. The declaration is titled ”setting up a European early warning system (EWS) for paedophiles and sexoffenders”.

    I think if the members were to be asked they think they have signed a declaration against paedophiles and sexoffenders. But there is no substance in this declaration on how any offences should be stopped or punished by this action.

    Kommentar av Johan Tjäder — 31 maj 2010 @ 16:47

  3. Article 123 of the Rules of Procedure of the Euorpean Parliament states that a declaration shall have reached the required number of signatories within three months or it is dead.

    This declaration was entered on April 19th and should therefore lapse July 19th (and that is stated on the document) And yet its date of expiry is listed as September 9th according to the EP homepage. Where is the legal basis of such an extension, if the deadline is actually extended?

    Kommentar av Johan Tjäder — 31 maj 2010 @ 17:40

  4. Who would be required to store the searches?
    Search engines (they already do, all of them — including startpage.com).
    ISPs? How would they handle encrypted search engines, like startpage. And the definition of a search engine is more than fuzzy… is searching for a book on Amazon using a search engine?

    Kommentar av Werner — 31 maj 2010 @ 18:21

  5. @ Johan Tjäder,

    According to somebody I spoke to, there was a decision taken that since the volcanic cloud led to a lot of members being unable to attend the Strasbourg session in April, they extended the deadline for all written declarations.

    I don’t know if there is any actual legal basis for that decision, though.

    Kommentar av Christian Engström — 31 maj 2010 @ 18:24

  6. The declaration presents itself as a call for ”early warning system”, but I don’t quite understand what that itself means. Could you try to find out what exactly these words mean?

    The declaration says it should be based on existing system of food safety, and extended to ”sex offending”. I tried to check on the food safety warning system, and it’s a system in which member countries write reports and make alerts about incidents. What does it mean that EU countries should report to commission about ”sex offending” incidents? Isn’t this same as having a sex offender list? Is this what’s being proposed?

    So, does anyone know what this ”EWS” thing actually means?

    Kommentar av Matti Nikki — 31 maj 2010 @ 18:27

  7. When trying to email the recipients on http://werebuild.eu/wiki/List_of_all_MEP regarding the concerns I had regarding the text I get a lot of:

    Technical details of permanent failure:
    Google tried to deliver your message, but it was rejected by the recipient domain. We recommend contacting the other email provider for further information about the cause of this error. The error that the other server returned was: 501 501 5.7.1 This system is not configured to relay mail (r) from to for 209.85.161.53 (state 17).

    Is this an active block or just stupidity on behalf of europarl.europa.eu?

    Kommentar av P — 31 maj 2010 @ 20:25

  8. There is a very simple argument that can be made against this.

    If search data is stored, it can also be stolen. Data breaches are way too common, and if this *extremely sensitive* data ever leaks, many lives will be ruined.

    So, it’s not just your run-of-the-mill blatant violation of privacy. It can also have very serious repercussions on both ”us the little people”, as well as the retard politicians who wanted it in the first place.

    Malmström’s husband/son/dog could be caught searching for gay S&M porn, for example. She doesn’t want that, because it would probably be the end of her sorry political career.

    Kommentar av moop — 31 maj 2010 @ 21:28

  9. Thank you for this article. Is there any way of finding out the names of the MEPs who have signed so far (there is for the UK Parliament equivalent of these ”written declarations”)? I would like to write to any UK Liberal Democrat MEPs who have signed to ask them to reconsider.

    Kommentar av Niklas Smith — 1 juni 2010 @ 15:11

  10. It’s very tempting to believe that their job would actually be to *think first* and *sign later* – IF the idea is any good.

    They don’t exactly do it well. I really hate to see such arrogance among our elected representatives. We didn’t elect them to give our rights away. We elected them to protect our interests. The worst part is that there is probably no way to get them to take their job seriously – as they will never admit to not doing that in the first place.

    Thank you Christian for not being like that.

    Kommentar av Christer — 1 juni 2010 @ 20:56

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  12. Although declaration 29 against cp is a very good thing, I would like to know if it includes any clause against abuse of this declaration. Meaning: what measures are taken to guarantee that the collected data may/can only be used in the search for cp. What punishment is foreseen to any organization (gov or non gov) that uses this data for anything other than cp?
    If such a paragraph is not included….. well than maybe it should be… Maybe you Mr. Engström can write this paragraph

    Kommentar av Joseph Doekbrijder — 3 juni 2010 @ 8:20

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  14. Isn’t the EU trying to get companies like google to STOP saving so much personal information? How do they reconcile that? This is insanity.

    Kommentar av Daniel — 3 juni 2010 @ 9:08

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  16. Notified my MEPs. Thanks for the article.

    Kommentar av Mark — 3 juni 2010 @ 13:19

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  24. I’m sorry but how exactly will tracking searches save existing children who are being abused by family members, authority figures and such? Are measures being implemented in schools and kindergartens to help teachers identify kids who have been abused?

    And pedophilia is not equal to child molestation. it’s a psychological disorder like kleptomania or such. How will penalizing citizens with this disorder save the children? (but who have never touched real children or may not even have contact with children) – and i’m sure it comes with it’s own hell for the sufferer – save the children? Will they be jailed for life or will they get medical treatment?

    a person searching for CP or even teens can now be put on the sex offenders registry. and a hardcore person who uses secret networks or proxies and file distribution escapes under the eyes of the law like any other day. Then again, only the person looking at photographs or videos is caught and punished. Will they track down the origin of the people who produced the picture, save the children and punish the videographers and the producers? the distributors?

    what about kidnapped children or runaways – what about the child trafficking trade?

    and what guarantee does the world have that the retained data is not used for government monitoring of dissident behavior or anything slightly deviant?

    will tracking searches save the children? really?

    Kommentar av Passerby — 6 juni 2010 @ 12:24

  25. [...] Het beeld bij het voorstel is erg pijnlijk en we kunnen ons bij het idee ook enkel aansluiten: kinderpornografie moet gestopt worden. Alleen mag dit geen excuus zijn om maar meteen alle opzoekingen die gebeuren via een zoekmachine (zoals Google of Yahoo) te monitoren zodat er meteen ingegrepen kan worden. Dat betekent dat niet enkel gevoelige termen in het oog gehouden worden, maar ook onschuldige termen zoals Computertaal. [...]

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  26. [...] Heldigvis har vi Piraten Christian Engstrøm ansat i parlamentet, en svensker der ikke lader sig spise af med smukke ord og pæne hjemmesider, han har blandt andet skrevet udførligt om WD29 her. [...]

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  27. When i go to the supermarket every movement I do is filmed, when I go to pay, cameras film the items I purchase and can recognise my identity when I am paying with the fidelity card of the shop, so they know exactely my tastes and what I bought. In the airport bodyscanners don3t let any limit to imagination nor to our privacy. My luggage is opened in front of everyone and a couple of dirty, imperative gloves touch all my clean clothes searching for the nothing I am not hiding. OGM have been tolerated, as incidental contamination, by the EU even on the Bio products.I go to a party and I find myself tagged in a Facebook profile I don’t even know the owner. I was wishing that the Members sitting in the european Parliament I have voted, are working to work for better life conditions. Instead, I read that Written Declarations are not legislative acts and it is up to the Eurocrats to take the step further, if they consider it as necessary. So, if our life as european citizens is ruled by eurocrats, chosen not in our names, and not by the MEPs we have actually directly elected, what are the MEPs doing in the European Parliament? Signing non legislative documents and then realising they have been misled by a babyface??? do they really read through the text what they sign above our heads?? Folks, let’s face the truth: The Irish, the French and the Dutch had all understood about the EU at the time of the referenda.And for the implementation of the data retention directive to the engines search, honestly, I don’t have nothing to hide and don’t really see the problem if the magistrate comes to know that yesterday I was googling a good thai restaurant in new york rather then a second hand car to run away from this schizophrenic world.Eventually, if he/she comes to me to enquiry why, I will be more than happy to offer him/her a lift.

    Kommentar av George Orwell — 8 juni 2010 @ 11:37

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  33. There is another way, however, the Internet is like anything else, once you learn some basic concepts and consistent action can achieve some good results and fast.

    Kommentar av iconoblog.com — 11 juni 2010 @ 8:49

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  35. There is another way, however, the Internet is like anything else, once you learn some basic concepts and consistent action can achieve some good results and fast.

    Kommentar av decoryapi.com — 16 juni 2010 @ 18:17

  36. Dear Mrs Anna Zaborska and Mr Tiziano Motti
    please let me express a sincere thanks for the WRITTEN DECLARATION No. 29 and smile29.eu. These legal mesures bring new tools and opportunities for businesses to expand in the area of making cyberspace free of all ill-advised people.
    Please check out the http://www.pedophilize.com/. Without your efforts, this would not have been possible !

    Thank you very much.

    Phd John Heldeger
    Managing Director
    dee pedophilize.com
    tel. +44 023 982 904

    Kommentar av John Heldeger — 17 juni 2010 @ 14:42

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  41. It is very bad and anti-democratic initiative, I want to join to the protest against it.
    But I live in Russia, the country which is not a member of EC, and I cannot to send my protest against it to ”my” deputy of European Parliament.
    But I want to write that we, Russians, look upon as an authority at the European counties in the matters of democracy and human rights. What is the example for following European Parliament gives our tyrannical Presedet and Goverment?
    If Europeans let their deputies make such terrbile laws Europe in the immediate future will have more tirranical regime than fascist Germany about 100 years ago and even more tirranical than Putin’s Russia now.

    Kommentar av Igor Puzanov — 3 juli 2010 @ 10:16

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    Kommentar av mansoor ahmed — 4 juli 2010 @ 18:58

  44. This is freaking insane! It reminds me of the accusations of the communist party for the Reichstag burning in the III Reich. I am very thankful to Mr Engstrom for bringing this up and fighting against this insanity. Can someone tell me how can a regular citizen of EU contribute to this fight? e.g. there were offers to write to my European Parliament member to ask her/him to refuse signing the document…

    Kommentar av Tom_Cat — 14 augusti 2010 @ 19:12

  45. this is what I emailed to my MEPs:

    Dear MEPs,

    my name is and I am a citizen of Republic of Latvia. Hereby I am asking you as lawful representatives of Latvian people in the European parliament NOT to sign Written Declaration No 29 ‘On setting up a European early warning system (EWS) for paedophiles and sex offenders’.

    Allow me to introduce the arguments against it:
    The above stated paper undermines the constitutional rights of every European as well as Latvian citizen for secrecy of private life.

    This paper is being lobbied under the reason of fighting paedophiles and sex offenders. This statement is ridiculous. It is widely known that these criminals use more sophisticated means of web search and file transfer, not those of an ordinary web user.

    Furthermore, the paper suggest collecting and systematizing the data for each person separately, and then giving it out on the first request by the police. Have you asked yourself, why would internet providers be required to collect ALL the data, not just paedophile and sex offence related. It is hereby clear that the reason this document is being introduced and its lobbied image are radically different.

    Moreover, have you noticed that since the document has been opened for voting there has been NO mentioning of it in the public media. Not a single line, even on the Internet. Does not that make you think that certain forces do not want the public to know about it.

    Finally, this declaration was entered on April 19th and should therefore lapse July 19th (and that is stated on the document) And yet its date of expiry is listed as September 9th according to the EP homepage. Where is the legal basis of such an extension, if the deadline is actually extended?

    All the factors mentioned above make it crystal clear that the written declaration 29 is attempted to be pulled through by all means – allowed and disallowed.
    It is clear that MEPs Tiziano Motti and Anna Záborská have not come to this idea themselves – it is a very short-sighted political move. Furthermore, taking into account the full absence of any noticing of this matter on the media make it clear that there are other powerful political forces behind this that do not want them to be mentioned.

    Dear MEPs, let me remind you of how the ”Nazional-Sozialistische Partei” came to power in the III Reich. They set the Bundestag on fire and the Communist party was accused of doing so. Under this lobby and emotional wave, the people of Germany chose the most disastrous European party to come to power. Today we, the citizens of Latvia and the EU are asking you to open your eyes and look upon this situation with a cold mind. Is the aim really worth the means? Is it really what you are being told of or is it rather something totally else, nothing to do with paedophilia and sex offenders?

    This totally does not resemble of the United Europe, that is an image of freedom of choice and democracy in the whole world is trying to violate freedom of every free-thinking individual by pull through such initiatives, practically through the back door.

    I would like to finish this email with an old Latvian saying – everything hidden becomes known.

    Looking forward to your reply,

    PS may I kindly remind you of your legal obligation to reply to this email. I really hope you will make the right choice.

    Kommentar av Tom_Cat — 18 augusti 2010 @ 19:19

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  47. I had heard about ‘Written Declaration 29’ for which Tiziano Motti fought in the European Parliament in order to improve the protection of minors against paedophilia and on-line grooming. This is a courageous and necessary battle. From what I read on the Internet, however, I am amazed that it has been opposed by many MEPs (almost exclusively from the Left, strangely enough)!

    Kommentar av Dave — 4 oktober 2011 @ 10:34

  48. All in all, it is hard to understand what paedophilia has to do with logging search engine traffic: even though the proposal provides for the logging of upload data, the system would be paralysed by masses of data from which it is practically impossible to identify the paedophiles. It is all pointless.

    Kommentar av Helga — 4 oktober 2011 @ 10:36

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