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Cyber ao. Attacks v. EF after Publ. on EUParliament+Macron+EF Project: Citizen Debate before EU Acts

Written by ACM
Saturday, 31 March 2018
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*Strasbourg/Angelo Marcopolo/(PARTLY UPDATED)/- "Eurofora" News was Targetted and Hit by a Series of Cyber and Other Aggressions and/or Harassments, (withOut Precedent in more than a Decade), which Culminated just after Publishing a NewsReport from the EU Heads of State/Governement Summit of March 2018 in Brussels, around EU Parliament's President Antonio Tajani's statements to "EF", and French President Emanuel Macron's imminent Visit to Strasbourg on April 2018, as well as "EF"s (1997-mainly 2007-2018) Project for EU Citizens - European Politicians Debates before Decisions affecting their Lives and/or Society at large, (See : http://www.eurofora.net/newsflashes/news/tajaniandmacrontowardseuroforaprojectonapril2018.html).

Aggressions included Various kinds of Cyber-Attacks (cover or open), Communications' Disruption, even Harassment against Journalist's Family Home, damaging Manipulation and/or Slandering, (etc), and Provoked even an UnWarned and UnPrecedented, Forced Shut-Down of our European/Paneuropean News Website, for which several astonished "Eurofora" Readers Alerted us and others asap, (See attached Photos, etc).

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=> One of the Consequences was to provoke an Exceptionally Long Delay and/or Disruption of our Regular original News' Publishing, (including Interviews, Statements, Investigations, Analysis, etc) on Topical EU/CoE/Human Rights/BioEthics and other Issues of General Interest to the Society, (particularly concerning the "Final", full versions of Draft-NewsReports earlier advanced to Subscribers/Donors, etc), to the Detriment of all our Readers (almost 27 Millions, from More than 30 Countries, in Europe and elsewhere in the World).

Particularly the above-mentioned "NewsReport" targetted by the Culmination of all those various but Synchronous Aggressions, (from Brussels' EU Summit/EU Parliament, Macron's Press Conference and imminent Visit, in relation also with "Eufofora"s +2007-2018 Project : Comp. Supra), is a Fact which Speaks from itself and Reveals at least a Core Part of the Culprits' Criminal and/or Political sly intentions, Both Against Freedom of Speech and Press/Medias' Freedom, most probably related also to Attempts for a gross Political Manipulation (aiming at both EU Decision-Makers and EU Citizens), that may Surface soon.

Police and Other various Stake-Holders have already Started to be Informed, parallel Investigations evolve, and Practical (including Technical as well as Legal) Measures are on-going, until the Situation returns back to Normal, and all those Responsible are Found and Punished asap.

We are currently doing our Best and outmost to Strive to catch-up with the productive Time slyly Destroyed by all those various Aggressions, and Ensure all our Readers that "Eurofora" will Resume asap. its Regular European/PanEuropean+ Original News Publishing, as it has already done during More than a Decade (+2007-2018), as a Key-Part of a Wider, Longer, and Continuous European Journalism practice of More than +24 Years, all in all (+9/1993-2018), with many Thousands of original News Publications.

 

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