Underwater cables arouse interest of world powers

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    Some 99 percent of global #telecommunications now transit below our #oceans, via thousands of kilometres of #underwater #cables. Billions of pieces of information are exchanged, some of which are arousing the interest of world powers. Intelligence services around the world are increasingly using these cables to spy on other countries. Our France 2 colleagues report, with FRANCE 24’s Emerald Maxwell and Jennie Shin.

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