A Paris court will decide on Monday whether laws to protect the French language and culture, especially against the dominance of American-English, can cover Web sites. Two groups devoted to defence of the French language are challenging a French Web site that is written in English. The site, run by Georgia Tech Lorraine, the French offshoot of US-based Georgia Institute of Technology, claims all its courses are in English. Language defence groups fear the Web will mean the swamping of French culture by American. Legislation already exists to restrict the use of English instead of French words in some other media.
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