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A live debate on the topic of the day, with four guests. From Monday to Thursday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2010-10-29

Internet piracy: can you make people pay? (Part 2)

No sooner has France’s new anti-piracy law come into force, than at least one internet access provider refuses to play along. The whole world is watching to see if the French authorities really will go all the way and pull the plug on customers who illegally share files and download movies, music, and books. Is the law the long-awaited answer to defend artistic creation or a case of Big Brother taking over?

Anicet MBIDA, Rédacteur en Chef Adjoint, 01 Informatique
Tony KENNEYBREW, Private Law Lawyer (specialized in intellectual property)
Daniel KAHN, Lawyer, Kahn & Associés

Program prepared by Marie Billion, Perrine Desplats and Yi Song.

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2017-09-21 independence

Confiscated vote? Escalation over banned Catalonia referendum

Authorities in Madrid have taken their standoff with Barcelona to a whole new level, raiding government offices, arresting Catalan cabinet members and confiscating 10 million...

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2017-09-20 Debate

Iran's rebuttal: Tehran answers Trump and Netanyahu

Call it rebuttal time. After Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu, it’s Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s turn to address the UN General Assembly. He criticised Trump’s "rogue...

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2017-09-18 Donald Trump

Trump goes to the UN: What role for the United States on the world stage?

As a candidate he spoke out against the United Nations, but today the US president is chairing a conference on reforming its institutions at the annual opening of the UN General...

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2017-09-14 Debate

Vote or no vote? Escalating row over Catalan independence

Put football rivalry jokes aside: the escalation between Barcelona and Madrid is no game. A sea of independence supporters turned out on Monday in Barcelona to support a second...

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2017-09-13 Rohingyas

Burma and the Rohingyas: UN body accuses authorities of ethnic cleansing

“A textbook case of ethnic cleansing”, says the UN's top human rights official. Nearly 400,000 Rohingyas have fled Burma in the past fortnight for neighbouring Bangladesh after...

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