New Zealand Government About To Legalize Spying On NZ Citizens


THE INTERNET POST

The controversial GCSB bill has the numbers to pass in Parliament after United Future leader Peter Dunne secured some significant changes to it for the price of his support.
New Zealand’s domestic spy agency, the SIS, and its foreign spy agency, the GCSB, will be the subject of an independent review in 2015 and an automatic review every five to seven years after that.
But Labour and New Zealand First, who wanted a more immediate review, last night remained adamant that they would oppose the bill, and it will pass with a majority of just one.
The Greens called the changes cosmetic and will also oppose it.

New Zealand Government About To Legalize Spying On NZ Citizens

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Masters in Computer Science. Studies in Journalism and Law Enforcement, 56, married, black, living in south western Ohio
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