10 Mar 2016

Spy law shake-up: heightened protection or erosion of privacy?

From Nine To Noon, 9:20 am on 10 March 2016

A major review of the country's intelligence agencies has recommended that the GCSB and the SIS be governed by a single law so their purposes and boundaries are clearer. Under the proposal, it would be easier for the Government Communications Security Bureau to carry out surveillance on New Zealanders. Will this lead to heightened protection of people or an erosion of privacy?

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