Orange 'shares data with French intelligence agency'


Newspaper report suggests the former state-owned French telecoms giant has been sharing information with security services for many years.

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France's stance as a victim of spying by the US National Security Agency (NSA) is increasingly losing credibility, according to further investigations by French newspaper Le Monde, which claimed this week that Orange has been giving data to France's main intelligence agency for years, reports ZDNet.