French Secretary of State says encryption backdoors are 'not the right solution'
'With a backdoor, personal data is not protected at all,' Lemaire said.
French government considers law that would outlaw strong encryption
France, rocked by deadly terrorist attacks, is attempting to cut off future attacks before they happen.
Cartoonists boycott prestigious Angoulême comics awards over the absence of female nominees
The Angoulême Festival is like the Oscars for comics, and this year all 30 Grand Prize nominees are men.
Here's the defiant cover of Charlie Hebdo's '1 year after' special issue
The magazine will also feature a scathing editorial condemning religious extremism.
France says it won’t ban Tor, but the threat to anonymity is still real
France needs to stop its attack on anonymity.
France’s far-right National Front party objects to surveillance to protect themselves
France's National Front party poses an unusual problem for Internet freedom advocates.