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France Probes Monsanto Over Collection of Personal Data for Lobbying

According to Le Monde and other French media, Bayer-owned agribusiness giant Monsanto built up a file featuring around 200 names with detailed personal data.

The Paris Prosecutor's Office has launched a preliminary investigation into a leaked file allegedly assembled by the American agrochemical company Monsanto to lobby its interests.

The company, which was purchased by Bayer for $63 bln in 2018, is reportedly facing accusations of illegally collecting personal data of people who criticised it or filed complaints against it, reported Le Figaro on Friday.

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