Top French court rips heart out of Sarkozy internet law | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Top French court rips heart out of Sarkozy internet law

The Constitutional Council declared access to the internet to be a basic human right, directly opposing the key points of Mr Sarkozy's law, passed in April, which created the first internet police agency in the democratic world.

The strongly-worded decision means that Mr Sarkozy's scheme has backfired and inadvertently boosted those who defend the free-for-all culture of the web.

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