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France's Top Court OKs Controversial Surveillance Bill

France's Constitutional Council has ruled that a bill legalizing broad surveillance of terrorism suspects doesn't violate the country's constitution. Friday's decision was the final step before the law can come into effect. The bill was proposed long before the January attacks in Paris by Islamic extremists, but the government said that had added to its urgency. One measure will force communication and Internet firms to allow intelligence services to install...

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