Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban speaks with the media as he arrives for an EU summit at the EU Council building in Brussels Thursday, March 17, 2016. (AP Photo/Francois Walschaerts)
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Hungary unveiled Thursday a draft package of anti-terror measures in response to the Brussels attacks that would make phone and Internet surveillance easier and allow bank accounts to be tracked in real time.Under the proposed new measures, which the government in the EU member state wants to go before parliament in April, a court order will still be necessary, but the provider will no longer be able to deny access.The package also includes funding for extra manpower and new technical equipment for security and border control forces, as well as the setting-up of a counterterror institute to analyse terror attacks.Hungary's announcement came ahead of a meeting of EU interior and justice ministers in Brussels following Tuesday's attacks.
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