Nicky Hager's revelations late last week that the spy agency GCSB monitors Pacific Island nations have sparked fears New Zealanders communications are being indiscriminately caught in that net.
- Former director of the GCSB says there is mass collection of emails and communications in the Pacific
- PM confident spy agency acts within law
- PM refuses to rule out mass surveillance
- The Prime Minister has not ruled out the Government's electronic spy agency engaging in mass collection of data but says it does not do mass surveillance