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France 'runs vast electronic spying operation using NSA-style methods'

From Guardian.co.uk:

France runs a vast electronic surveillance operation, intercepting and stocking data from citizens' phone and internet activity, using similar methods to the US National Security Agency's Prism programme exposed by Edward Snowden, Le Monde has reported.

An investigation by the French daily found that the DGSE, France's external intelligence agency, had spied on the French public's phone calls, emails and internet activity. The agency intercepted signals from computers and phones in France as well as between France and other countries, looking not so much at content but to create a map of "who is talking to whom", the paper said.

Le Monde said data from emails, text messages, phone records, accessing of Facebook and Twitter, and internet activity going through sites such as Google, Microsoft or Yahoo! was stocked for years on vast servers on three different floors in the basement of the DGSE headquarters.

The paper described the vast spying programme as secret, "outside any serious control" and illegal.

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That's it!

This is how the story needs to be framed, it's the world government vs their own people, not USA vs the world!

The average mushroom around the world, (those kept in the dark and feed shit) do not understand fully that they are be spied upon by their own government as well, all western governments I am guessing world be complicit.

People need to start standing up to all governments over the world and take back control, so as to not just simply let another head of the beast pop up.

Could it be, that it's the

Could it be, that it's the case of, who's NOT, spying on their citizens.......

That might explain the lack of critizism by other nations, never mind action