(SILICONE VALLEY, Calif.) Transparency by ‘ Tech Companies ‘ are ‘ NOT ORDER OF THE DAY ‘ when Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and Google ‘ DECLINE TO SHARE ‘ the #Truth o nline about attack ‘ including ‘ Halle Germany Shooting ‘ and now some states in Ger many are electing to pay for their own private armies to protect ‘ Jewish communities from ‘ Hate & Terrorist Attacks ‘ #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Oct.23: Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and Google decline to release figures despite pledge in wake of Christchurch attack: US tech companies have declined to release data on the online spread of footage of last week’s shooting in Halle, Germany, despite pledging greater transparency as part of New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s “Christchurch Call”………………….Companies including Facebook and Twitter committed in May to take “transparent, specific measures” to prevent the amplification of violent content, after the killing of 51 people in Christchurch, New Zealand was livestreamed on Facebook. Germany shooting: data on online spread of livestreamed attack kept secret // Twitter | The Guardian : 

Some German states are now moving to ensure that situation isn’t repeated: In the eastern state of Thuringia, authorities have agreed to post armed officers outside synagogues during services, Der Speigel reported. In Hesse, security will be provided at every synagogue and Jewish institution during Jewish holidays, a police spokesman said. And in Bavaria, synagogues were added as stops to routine police patrols following the attack.

At the federal level, Interior Minister Horst Seehofer said that police will “have to take a closer look at the gamers’ scene,” a reference to the shooter’s frequent use of online gaming platforms: That comment sparked protests by German gamers, who fear an invasion of their privacy based on what they call a false generalisation: German Jewry’s Values Initiative, a nonprofit that has positioned itself as a mainstream think tank for German Jewish communities, has proposed a seven-point plan for improving security for German Jews, including better real-time monitoring of video streaming platforms like the ones that the Halle gunman used to broadcast his assault for about 30 minutes.

After the synagogue attack, the group called for police protection of “all synagogues, Jewish and Israeli institutions in Germany,” charging that police had “misjudged” the threat facing smaller communities like Halle: It also recommended improving police response time, noting that it took 16 minutes for officers to confront the shooter………………..“It is time that Germany decides how it deals with hatred of Jews and other inhuman hatred forms,” Elio Adler, the group’s chairman, wrote. “The previous methods are clearly not enough.”

German officials seem to agree: They were quick to condemn the Oct. 9 attack and reassure the Jewish community of their support. Chancellor Angela Merkel attended a vigil in Berlin that day and told Jews in Halle that her government was committed “to do everything possible so that you can live safely.”…………….Merkel said the attack “shows us that this is not so simple and that we must do even more,” though she did not specify what further action she envisaged.

Police protection is absent currently from many German synagogues and Jewish institutions, said Ophir Revach, director of the European Jewish Congress’ Security and Crisis Center: “In Germany’s larger cities, Jewish communities get police protection and hire security firms additionally. But small communities like Halle have neither, leaving them exposed,” he said.

In Frankfurt, the Jewish community of 6,600 members pays about $1.2 million a year for private security to supplement the protection provided by police, Leo Latasch, the head of security for the community, told Der Spiegel last week: In Berlin, the Jewish community and the government split the cost of private security firms, according to Sergey Lagodinsky, a European Parliament lawmaker and a former Jewish community leader in the city.

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#AceNewsDesk reports ………………Published: Oct.23: 2019: https://t.me/acenewsgroup/979811 – Oct 11, 2019 at 22:01:

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