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French presidential election: The view from Berlin

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Trump's tax plan is 'too thin and too late'

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Trump's tax reform: A 'home run' or 'laughable stunt'?

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IN THE PAPERS

'It's War!' Le Pen and Macron in showdown at Whirlpool factory

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French presidential election: Posters and political spin

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THE CAMPAIGN BEAT

Macron and Le Pen battle it out to woo blue-collar workers

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THE DEBATE

France's Undecided: Anti-Le Pen vote no longer a given (part 1)

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THE DEBATE

France's Undecided: Anti-Le Pen vote no longer a given (part 2)

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LGBT survivors of torture in Chechnya speak out

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#TECH 24

We explore the digital revolution and check out the latest technological trends. Every Saturday at 2.15 pm Paris time. And you can watch it online as early as Friday.

Latest update : 2013-07-09

Surveillance 2.0: Has spying become the norm?

By now, even tribesmen in Mongolia may be watching what they write in their emails: the word "spying" has filled headlines all over the world for the past few weeks and the latest news has revealed an "immense" surveillance system that includes telephone, email and internet traffic in... France. Tech 24 talks to Matt Holdrege, an expert in surveillance, and to Liam Boogar, editor at the Rude Baguette, France's first English-language news site covering startups, tech, and innovation.

By Anelise Borges

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2017-04-21 technology

How fintech is helping the unbanked

In this edition, we tell you more about the fintech revolution and how it's challenging the entire finance industry. We also speak to American rapper-turned-tech entrepreneur...

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2017-04-15 technology

Sailing towards the future

This week, we take you to Saint-Malo in Brittany as the Energy Observer, the world's first self-sufficient boat, sets sail for a six-year voyage around the world. With solar...

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2017-03-17 technology

How museums are turning to technology

In this special edition dedicated to how museums are turning digital, we speak to Jake Barton, the main digital architect of New York City's 9/11 memorial. We ask him how...

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2017-03-31 technology

Merging brains with computers

Connecting your brain to computers to improve your memory, treat neurodisorders and help you keep up with AI: that's what Elon Musk plans to do with his latest business venture,...

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2017-03-23 technology

Inside Netflix's war room

In this edition, we take you inside Netflix's headquarters in Los Gatos, California. We tell you how the service is now using big data to predict what its viewers want to see,...

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