The terrorist conspiracy arrests in Germany of Dr. Andrej Holm and Dr. Matthias B., a couple of academic sociologists, and others, is making some waves in academia around the world. - see the multi-lingual website Einstellung des §129a-Verfahrens sofort! for background and press links.
The fact that he – allegedly intentionally -- did not take his mobile phone with him to a meeting is considered as “conspiratorial behavior”.
Presumably anyone who reads or downloads or acts on our little Home Office whistleblowers - hints and tips blog post could be in real trouble. 8-(
It is worth repeating this which we we said about the European Commission - Questionnaire on inciting, aiding or abetting terrorist offences
There are no conceivable situations where indirect incitement should be criminalised at all. The European Commission should not only ensure that they do not bring forward any such legislation, they should actively make legal provisions to force Member States to repeal any such legacy legislation which has infected their legal systems over the years.
The whole concept of "indirect guilt", or "guilt by racial or religious stereotype", or "guilt by indirect association", or "being your brother's keeper", or "betraying members of your own family to the authorities on suspicion not evidence" etc. etc. should be viewed as an anathema to the principles in the Charter of Fundamental Rights.