From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
France: National Assembly discusses new snoopers’ charter
Tuesday 14th April 2015
FRENCH spies could be free to bug and track anybody they feel like observing inside the country under a Bill which was debated in parliament yesterday.
Although web hosting companies, which could be required to monitor their clients, have raised concerns and civil liberties advocates have warned that the Bill lacks adequate privacy protections, their objections have been dismissed by the government.
More than three months after 17 people were killed in attacks by three Islamist gunmen in Paris, the government is seeking measures that will allow spy agencies to tap phones and emails at will, without seeking permission from a judge.
Surveillance staff will also be able to bug…
View original post 258 more words