Nicole Perlroth

New York Times

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Technology reporter for The New York Times, covering cybersecurity and privacy

Nicole Perlroth on KCRW

Why didn’t the French have advance intelligence about Friday’s attacks? With all the surveillance going on, how could they have missed what had to be elaborate planning?

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Why didn’t the French have advance intelligence about Friday’s attacks? With all the surveillance going on, how could they have missed what had to be elaborate planning?

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