Defending the indefensible: the French state's justification of press censorship in the Bettencourt affair

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More than seven years after it first erupted, the so-called Bettencourt affair still has surprises in store. The latest is the unhesitating move by the French state to attempt to defend the indefensible before the European Court of Human Rights in the case that opposes it and Mediapart.