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Article posted Nov 07 2013, 3:03 AM Category: Big Brother/Orwellian Source: Techdirt Print

As Rest Of The World Considers Cutting Back Aggressive Surveillance, New Zealand Legalizes Massive Spying


The ongoing release of various leaks from Ed Snowden have drawn lots of attention and criticism of the activities of various parties in the intelligence community -- especially those who partner closely with the NSA, the so-called "Five Eyes" countries: US, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. And while there appears to be real momentum in the US behind limiting this surveillance, apparently New Zealand has decided to go in the other direction, and has passed a very broad new snooping law that will force telcos to basically hand over everything to various intelligence agencies.

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Anonymous

Posted: Nov 07 2013, 4:16 AM

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65110 They're in the other hemisphere, so an upside-down reasoning is understandable.
Marc: Rotorua N.Z.

Posted: Nov 09 2013, 5:28 PM

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11892 That should read ' As the rest of the world lies to it's people about spying, New Zealand tells the truth and says were going to spy on you.' It came down to the fact that the Gov't got caught breaking the law when the FBI tried to bust Kim Dotcom. So they did what you Yanks did and changed the law. We did what we could to stop this, including a referendum but in the end the Gov't said tough shit we're doing it anyway. Thanks for helping to corrupt our Gov't America. You are truly ass holes in a crumbling country.
irishpete

Posted: Nov 10 2013, 12:47 PM

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82145 someone has to keep an eye on the sheep :-)


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