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April 7, 2019 28 min
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While trying to fight fake news, Emmanuel Macron fell on his own sword. Facebook and Twitter resued a European election campaign made by the French government because of breaking the new French Fake News law. Our guest Jackson Webster, a cybersecurity expert of Legalcluster in Paris, talks to us about the difficult relationship between social media and governments.

Would you like to buy an appartment in Paris? Dream on! The average price of one square meter (just enough space for a dish washer or a fridge) is now more than 10.000 euros!

We also tell you all about another government reshuffle: no less than three ministers said bye bye to Macron this week. And ahead of the European Elections, we talk to Europeans living in Paris about their view on the EU.
Recorded in Paris, on April 6, 2019. Hosts: Julia Vié and Stefan de Vries
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