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Daily Dashboard | Amnesty International to France: Reject Global Mass Surveillance Law Related reading: AI governance professionals needed; IAPP AIGP training now available



Amnesty International has published a report urging the French National Assembly to reject a law giving “carte blanche” ability for mass surveillance on a global scale. The National Assembly is scheduled to take up the bill, which “revives efforts previously struck down by the Constitutional Council in its review of the 24 July 2015 French Surveillance Bill,” this week, the report states. “Under this new law, almost all Internet communications will be considered fair game by the French authorities, without any form of meaningful checks and balance,” said Amnesty International’s Sherif Elsayed-Ali, adding, “Allowing for such extensive, intrusive and indiscriminate mass surveillance is a flagrant violation of people’s right to privacy and freedom of speech.”
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