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About Félix Tréguer

Félix Tréguer is a founding member of La Quadrature du Net, a Paris-based advocacy group defending fundamental rights online. He is a PhD candidate at EHESS where his research in law and political theory looks at the legal controversies surrounding online activism and freedom of expression. He is also a research assistant at the Sciences Po Center for International Studies in a program focusing on the ongoing controversies surrounding Internet surveillance.

Articles by Félix Tréguer

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

France’s Intelligence Bill: legalising mass surveillance

The French government claims its new Intelligence Bill is defined in opposition to the American and British models – but this just doesn't hold once the text is examined. Quite the contrary.

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