Last week and following the attacks in Paris, France, a leaked document from the French police revealed some potential changes that they would like to see the government make. A couple of those changes include the ban of the Tor network and also the banning of public WiFi during emergencies.

The idea is that because Tor allows users to operate with anonymity, and because public WiFi facilitates communication, the removal of these tools will presumably prevent terrorists from communicating with each other to coordinate their attacks. While those are valid suggestions, there have also been critics of the alleged proposal, but according to new reports, it looks like neither of these changes will be made.

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