brussels - Belgium is investing 22 million euros in a search engine to detect signs of radicalization or terrorist threats on social media. Intelligence and federal police can use the software within one or two years.
The ministers agreed Friday with the purchase. Now does the search on the Internet for suspicious statements or individuals largely manual, said Minister Steven Vandeput of Defense. He spoke of,, a big step forward ', because the information can be shared easily.
After the attacks in Paris and Brussels were laid the Belgian intelligence under fire. The government has since been working to strengthen the investigative capacity.
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