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French teenager convicted of 'condoning terrorism' for naming Wi-Fi network 'Daesh'

Saturday, November 5, 2016 16:58
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French teenager convicted of 'condoning terrorism' for naming Wi-Fi network 'Daesh' | 05 Nov 2016 |  An 18-year-old man from eastern France was given a three-month suspended sentence under a strict new anti-terrorism law for “publicly condoning an act of terrorism” by naming his Wi-Fi network “Daesh 21″ – seemingly in reference to Islamic State…The number “21″ likely stands for the French department of Côte d'Or, of which Dijon is the capital, local media reported. The initial tip about the teen was received from a neighbor, who noticed a strange Service Set Identifier (SSID) of a Wi-Fi network back in July and alerted police to a possible IS sympathizer, local daily Le Bien Public reported.

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