Deputies fear mass surveillance in view of the new intelligence bill

National Assembly Digital Committee fears that the new intelligence bill will enable mass instead of targeted surveillance, especially given the existence of such operating measures as the ‘black-boxes’ and the IMSI-catcher (technology for interception communications), known to have been employed in the NSA practices.  

Country: France

Domains: Privacy

Stakeholder: Government

Tags: digital rights, intelligence bill, NSA, intelligence agencies, law enforcement, secret services, France, technology, interception, surveillance

Posted on Thursday 2 April 2015

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