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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.

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2015-04-03 Medicine

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