One member of the European Parliament (MEP) claims the upper house's own IT department is censoring e-mails from citizens.
Pirate Party member Christian Engström MEP blew the whistle on his fellow political colleagues after they had complained to the parliament's IT department that they were receiving vast numbers of e-mails from the very people they represent.
It comes only a day after CNET reported that other European politicians are set to vote next week on a report that could lead to a pan-European EU ban on all forms of pornography in the region.
Source: CNet. Read full article. (link)