New Zealand passes controversial bill allowing spying on citizens


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New Zealand passes controversial bill allowing spying on citizens

BREAKING….New Zealand has passed a bill allowing its main intelligence agency to spy on residents and citizens, despite widespread opposition to the move.

New Zealand Prime Minister John Key

New Zealand Prime Minister John Key
Wed Aug 21, 2013 10:1AM GMT


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New Zealand has passed a bill allowing its main intelligence agency to spy on residents and citizens, despite widespread opposition to the move.

On Wednesday, the New Zealand parliament passed the bill to expand the power of the Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) by 61 to 59 votes.

The bill drew criticism last year after it was revealed that the GCSB had illegally spied on Internet tycoon Kim Dotcom as part of an investigation into online privacy by Washington.

Following the revelation, an official report said that Dotcom was just one among many other New Zealanders to have been spied on by the…

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3 Responses to New Zealand passes controversial bill allowing spying on citizens

  1. omanuel says:

    World leaders have good reason to fear the public after being caught in deceit.

    Sent from my iPhone

  2. omanuel says:

    Here’s the rest of the story of sixty-eight years of purposeful deception after 1945:

    http://theinternetpost.net/2013/08/12/the-creator-destroyer-sustainer-of-life/

    Oliver K. Manuel Former NASA Principal Investigator for Apollo

    Sent from my iPhone

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