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France to Give Law Enforcement Authority to Turn On Mobile Phones, Devices Without User Permission


The National Assembly of France on Wednesday approved controversial legislation that permits remote activation of mobile phones for audio and video surveillance during investigations of organized crime and terrorism. The critical article of the justice programming bill was validated by a vote of 80 to 24, with representatives from the presidential camp, LR, and RN voting in favor, and those from Nupes, including Liot group president Bertrand Pancher, opposing it. The legislation encompasses two key provisions. Firstly, it allows real-time geolocation of individuals under investigation for serious crimes or offenses carrying a minimum sentence of five years. Initially, the Senate…

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