Mar 192015
 
 March 19, 2015  Featured News, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Sylvie Corbet & Lori Hinnant of AP report:

France’s government pressed a surveillance bill Thursday that would give French intelligence services legal backing to vacuum up metadata in hopes of preventing an imminent terror attack.

The measure has already prompted an outcry from some privacy advocates, human rights groups and the Paris bar association, despite the government’s efforts to distance itself from U.S.-style mass surveillance.

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