Friday, 12 June 2015

Anti radicalisation software is being tested in local secondary schools -

The Leicester Mercury rported on 11th June that 2 local secondary schools  are testing anti-radicalism software.
The schools, which have not been named, are piloting a programme which raises alarms if pupils key one of a 1,000 suspect terms.
Extremist phrases which will trigger the system include "jihadi bride" and "YODO", short for you only die once.

This seems odd at first glance as we are told that Leicester is a haven of multiculture and tolerance!

Yet, only back in May, the newspaper reported that a man and woman had been arrested on suspicion of terrorism.
"The Met said the pair were detained on suspicion of making preparations for acts of terrorism under section 5 of the Terrorism Act 2006 and making funding arrangements for the purpose of terrorism under section 17 of the Terrorism Act 2000.

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