Dec 122013
 December 12, 2013  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S.

Outraged opponents of the new law allowing French intelligence and the government to spy on internet users without any authorization, say it will “weaken the country’s position” in the European and international debate on protection of personal data.

The law, which was passed on Wednesday, will enable public officials – from local gendarmes and anti-terrorist agencies to tax authorities – to request connection data transmitted in real time, including location information from cell phones.

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