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French privacy advocates protest new spying laws


Several hundred people have gathered in front of the National Assembly in Paris in protest over a new bill that would grant French intelligence agencies more power to track suspected jihadists-to-be, thus potentially jeopardizing online privacy.

Protesters, holding

signs “#UnfollowMe”, “Protect our freedoms” and “I am tapped” gathered in the center of the French capital to voice their concern over a bill that was debated in parliament on Monday.





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