France also has a spy network, reports newspaper

In a confused environment generated by the espionage of the United States government to Internet users in the country – and, why not ?, in the world – one of the main newspapers in France denounced that his government has also observed the footsteps of the local population.

According to a Le Monde report, phone calls, e-mails and conversations via social media were analyzed by France’s external spy agency, DGSE, to create a map about “who talks to whom” – although the content of the calls was not followed .

“E-mails, text messages, phone records, access to Facebook and Twitter have been stored for years,” says the report.

The newspaper relied on information obtained from internal intelligence sources, but the DGSE has not yet commented on the complaint.

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