Ikea France on trial for snooping on staff and customers

Jean-Francois Paris, Ikea France’s former director of risk management, is accused of sending lists of names to be investigated to private investigators. The bill for these investigations could have been up to €600,000, according to court documents seen by the AFP news agency.

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