New Zealand acted fast after the infamous shooting in Christchurch. Aside from changes in the gun laws it also censored the manifest and the video the shooter distributed and even criminalised the possession and distribution. Is that really legitimate or is it an unbalanced act of censorship?
Europeans like to point to everyone else and state that other states do not respect privacy or protect its citizen from unlawful data collection while it looks like they're acting very similarly. Are EU countries surveillance states just like it is said to be the case with China?