Aug 282013
 August 28, 2013  Court, Non-U.S., Surveillance

A court in Paris has opened a formal investigation into the PRISM program of electronic surveillance run by the US National Security Agency, and revealed by whistleblower Edward Snowden, it was revealed on Wednesday.


The court will investigate possible “fraudulent access and maintenance of and automated data processing system,” the “illicit collection of data of a personal nature,” an “attack on privacy,” and “violations of the secrecy of correspondences,” according to BFMTV.

Read more on The Local (FR).

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