‘French secret service and Orange working intensively’




The French secret service and Orange, the leading telecom and Internet service in that country, working closely together. The Secret Service will have full access to all the information on the Orange network is sent, claims a French newspaper.

Thus, the cooperation between the Direction Générale de la Sécurité Extérieure, the French secret service, and Orange beyond the cooperation between telecom providers and secret services in other countries, writes Le Monde. Orange not only has access to all the metadata, but also to the content of communications, says the newspaper. Which relies on sources of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and private sources.

Employees of the secret service and Orange would even collaborate intensively in order to intercept and example to crack. Encryption more data The partnership would last at least thirty years, and employees would commute between the Secret Service and Orange.

In the last summer showed that France already has a program that is similar to Prism, a controversial program of the U.S. Secret Service NSA. The DGSE, who like the NSA focuses on collecting information and data abroad, would systematically draining electronic traffic in both France and the countries that will be communicated.


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