Analysis || French anger over NSA spying: Hypocrisy instead of serious debate
France may not have the same impressive surveillance capabilities as the U.S. but it is hard to believe that if it had, it would not make even more aggressive use of them.
The tens of thousands of classified documents taken by National Security Agency employee Edward Snowden before he absconded to Moscow, via Hong Kong, earlier this year, continue to yield headlines around the world.
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