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After Third World Migrants Riot & Destroy French Cities, French Government Will Spy On All Citizens

Cops in France have been granted the authority to remotely activate a suspect's cellphone camera, microphone and GPS, after the passage of a provision in a wider "justice reform bill" on Wednesday night.

The bill allows the geolocation of suspects, covering other devices like laptops, cars and connected devices, just as it could be remotely activated to record sound and images of people suspected of terror offences, as well as delinquency and organised crime.

According to French digital rights advocacy group, La Quadrature du Net, the provisions "raise serious concerns over infringements of fundamental liberties," and violate the "right to security, right to a private life and to private correspondence" and "the right to come and go freely."

The group called it part of a "slide into heavy-handed security" but face it, France is a manufactured-destabilized police state.

Lawmakers defended the move - with Justice Minister Eric Dupond-Moretti insisting that the bill would only apply to "dozens of cases a year," while members of parliament inserted an amendment inserted an amendment which only allows the remote spying "when justified by the nature and seriousness of the crime" and "for a strictly proportional duration" after a judge has approved the surveillance.

Last month, the Senate gave the green light to the provision of the justice bill, which would allow law enforcement to secretly activate cameras and microphones on a suspect’s devices. 

Since 2015, when terrorist attacks rocked France, the country has increased its surveillance powers, and the “Keeper of the Seal” bill has been likened to the infamous US Patriot Act.

Of note, France's dystopian law is similar to those used by the US FBI in the wake of 9/11, when the government's use of "roving bugs" came to light in a court case involving an organized crime family.

USSA District Judge Lewis A. Kaplan rejected defendants’ arguments that “roving bugs” violated their constitutional rights, noting the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in 1993 upheld the roving wiretap statute in an identical legal challenge.

So much for "muh democracy!" 


I was away offline during the week of those violent riots, tons of destruction happened but went unreported. If you want to research the riots tons of videos are up on Twitter, Bitchute and Rumble if anyone desires to look for them.
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If even someone will think in his naive mind that this is good prevention then he would be astonished that niggers dont carry cellphones nor were ever in history propertly punished for violations of law.

But as he burns his own funeral pile he wont listen as many dont
An anon posted an infograph with a footnote from the beaner David Salinas Flores blaming National Socialists for "mind control". Then there was zero evidence (of course) and the rest of the image was about Russia. Screen your infographs before posting or you may find yourself banned for anti-Natsoc content.
Is there any way to block their acces to my phone? Can't I just destroy that possibility in a root? I already taped off my cameras but can't disable my micrtophone like that nor GPS....
Also, do cams have infrered tech or whatever that lets them see THROUGH the tape or something? I'm kinda paranoid abiout rthat/...
Most cams have infrared filters, but that's not how it works. Regardless, infrared can't see through metal. Attach small flimsy sheet metal instead.

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