Willingly Enslaved, France’s Big Brother Moment


Surveillance Without Borders

From the article:

Right after Islamist militants attacked Charlie Hebdo and a kosher grocery in January, leaving 17 people dead, we swore we would not fall into the surveillance trap.


Yet four months later, on May 5, the lower house of Parliament passed a bill giving the nation’s intelligence services sweeping surveillance powers, including the massive collection and analysis of metadata. Next month the bill will go to the Senate, and the measure’s sponsors are confident it will become law by July.


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Posted May 18, 2015 by Sue Says in category In the News

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