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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.

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Latest update : 2013-10-29

Spying: is the NSA out of control?

Spying on friends is nothing new. But in the digital era, it's the means and the scale of the National Security Agency's eavesdropping that have François Picard's panellists arguing over what they claim is a mismatched game between the United States and Europe.

  • Denis GADONNET, Regional Director for Southern Europe, FireEye;
  • Etienne DROUARD, Lawyer specialized in Intellectual property, Information technology, online services and data protection;
  • Lanah KAMMOURIEH, International Law Specialist;
  • Michel NESTERENKO, Director of Research, CF2R French Research Center on Intelligence;
  • Gene Arthur COYLE, Former CIA Officer.

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After Turkey's coup attempt, the backlash. Even though the government says only a tiny fraction of the army took part in last Friday's uprising, authorities have suspended or...

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Nice attack fallout: Was Bastille Day rampage preventable? (part 1)

A minute of silence has capped three days of national mourning after the Nice attack. It's a ritual that's alas become familiar, but this time with a context that's all its own....

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