French PM Ayrault says spy program claims ‘inexact’


BBC
July 6, 2013

French officials have rejected reports its intelligence agencies are running a vast spying operation on its citizens.

A spokesperson for Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said the claims in the French daily Le Monde were “inexact”.

Le Monde reported that computer and telephone data were being stored on a supercomputer at the offices of the DGSE foreign intelligence service.

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