PARIS (AP) — France's lower house of Parliament has approved a measure aiming to give prison sentences to technology company executives who refuse to give data to investigators in terrorism-related cases.

The bill, adopted Tuesday by 474 votes to 32 in the National Assembly, will now have to be debated by the Senate.

One measure would punish executives in companies like Apple and Google with a fine of up to 350,000 euros ($386,000) and a five-year prison sentence if they deny prosecutors access to a suspect's encrypted data.

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E' stata approvata solo in una camera, c'e' tempo che si ravvedano.

Quanta energia stanno mettendo i colleghi per fare si' che i terroristi usino strumenti che non lasciano alcun metadato disponibile, nel contempo esponendo tutto il mondo a vulnerabilita', per benefici tutt'altro che dimostrati

Domani c'e' un mio pezzo sul Foglio, al riguardo.