The Danish Justice Ministry on Thursday released a plan that it said would prohibit radicalization but which could lead to free speech concerns.

The ministry announced a four-point plan that includes blocking access to "websites with propaganda for terror organizations".

In a law proposal submitted to parliament, the ministry writes that decisions on blocking certain websites would be decided "by the court after a police request".

Other elements of the proposal include making the dissemination of terrorist propaganda a criminal offence and forcing radicalized inmates to undergo a so-called 'exit programme' as a condition of their parole.

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