Euro Disney accused of spying on job applicants in French court

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Euro Disney, the company that runs Disneyland Paris, and two former gendarmes have been taken to court in France for using alleged spying tactics on candidates who applied for jobs at the theme park. The case at Meaux, east of Paris, which opened on Wednesday, relates to a secret agreement under which the Mickey Mouse theme park paid the former gendarmes around €36,000 (£30,500) a year to access illegally police file information on job applicants, including their court history, legal cases and former convictions.

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