12 Jun 2013

GCSB information sharing

From Nine To Noon, 9:07 am on 12 June 2013

The former director of the GCSB says the organisation did not use data shared by other countries to circumvent New Zealand laws around what it's allowed to access. Following the revelations about the massive, top-secret United States intelligence monitoring programme called Prism, questions have been raised about what kinds of data the New Zealand spy agency had access to from overseas, and what such data might have been used for.

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