Paris: Demonstrators outside the French Senate speak out against the Global Security Law which was debated by lawmakers on March 16. Opponents claim the law authorizes the use of cameras, video surveillance and drones by the police. Meanwhile, the protesters are angry the law also restricts the filming of the police during their operations, which alarms journalists and activists. They say civil liberties and press freedom could be compromised.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
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