The Frenchman who coined the slogan is reportedly trying to copyright the phrase to stop its commercialisation
Joachim Roncin said he would only accept to allow Reporters Without Borders (RSF) to use the hashtag.
‘Je Suis Juif,’ or ‘I am Jewish’ has been tweeted more than 23,000 times in the wake of an attack on a kosher supermarket in Paris
The trending slogan reached a peak at 2030 GMT on Wednesday
Celebrities voiced solidarity with French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo after the Paris massacre that killed 12
In a televised address, Hollande said ‘nothing can divide us. Freedom will always be stronger than barbarity’
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