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UN Slams French  Spy Laws
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UN Slams French Spy Laws

The UN Committee for Human Rights slammed France for adopting a new surveillance law, saying it grants “excessively broad surveillance powers” to intelligence services. UNCHR called on France to “guarantee that any interference in private life must conform to principles of legality, proportionality and necessity,” RT reported.

 

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