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Canada The reporting of complementary investigation into deprogrammed policies campaign secrets: did it contain big revelations?

17:15  07 april  2022
17:15  07 april  2022 Source:   public.fr

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Le reportage de Complément d’enquête sur les secrets de campagne des politiques déprogrammé : contenait-il de grosses révélations ? © Capture France 2 The report of investigation complement on the deprogrammed policies campaign secrets: he contained big revelations? While France Télévisions has chosen to deprogram the dissemination of a number on the planned election targeting this Thursday in complement of investigation in France 2, the management of the group is trying to understand its choice.

A contested decision. This Wednesday, France Télévisions announced a program change for emission inquiry to be broadcast on Thursday, April 7th. Exit The subject " Big Data: When the policies target us! " , which will leave the place to the report " cargo: business in disorders ". A decision that surprised, while the advertisements were already spent on France 2. The group, which recognizes an " programming error ", justified this back-editage by explaining that broadcast the subject to three days of the first round of the first round Presidential election, and only a few hours from the reserve period, which begins this Friday 8 at midnight, did not allow " respecting the rules of equity provided for by the Electoral Code ". The investigation showed in particular how private companies are paid by the parties to gather information on potential voters and convince them. On the side of the writing of the magazine, it is the total misunderstanding, especially that the direction of France Télévisions has always supported us , "explains an employee to our colleagues of the Paris .

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"No big revelations like the Bygmalion case"

"is very surprising. Everything was ok for the legal and ethical service in connection with ARCOM (which replaces the CSA, NDLR). and a Only shot, it's not going anymore? It does not hold a second ", plague another, the daily supporting the fact that the subject had been reassembled to respect the rules of speech time equity. " We had to go back new sequences for that, especially with Nathalie Arthaud ," says one of the journalists. In the corridors of the public group we question: " Is there a reason we want to hide? " The Parisian , who was able to view the investigation in question and affirms that he does not Contains "no big revelations like the Bygmalion case" , however, noted some passages. First, it offers lighting on a technique used by several candidates, such as Marine Le Pen , Jean-Luc Mélenchon , or Eric Zemmour , which make sending by SMS and voice messages to a panel of French. The report also returns to the collection of personal data by the campaign staff, including interests in the technique of Yannick Jadot teams. The report broadcast in a few days

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The report also contains the anonymous testimony of a counselor at the Paris town hall, which also directs an election mapping company, very popular at the moment by the teams of the candidates. He would recognize, according to our confreres, "a conflict of interest", and a "misappropriation of public goods". Without citing names. Another actor in the electoral targeting market is more specific, and quotes the name of the president candidate,

Emmanuel Macron . " At home, the electorate has rather mutated. They are rather higher education, rather high-end districts (...) but not the people ", does it analyze. A sentence taken for example by a framework of France Télévisions cited by the Paris . " out context, this extract could be recovered by the Zemmourists, very active on the social networks ", he thinks, confessing the excerpts concerning certain "big" candidates could therefore fuel militant operations on social networks, at a few hours from the first round. The direction of France Télévisions, which ensures that there is " no problem on the background ", therefore would be guided by a concern for fairness. The report should be broadcast on Monday (in between the Tours, therefore) on the France.TV platform. Everyone can then get his idea.

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