Jul 042013
 
 July 4, 2013  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Angelique Chrisafis reports:

France runs a vast electronic surveillance operation, intercepting and stocking data from citizens’ phone and internet activity, using similar methods to the US National Security Agency’s Prism programme exposed by Edward Snowden, Le Monde has reported.

An investigation by the French daily found that the DGSE, France’s external intelligence agency, had spied on the French public’s phone calls, emails and internet activity.

Read more on The Guardian.

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