GCSB had no wire-tap warrant in unlawful spying, PM

Mon, 24 Sep 2012

Sept. 24 (BusinessDesk) - The government intelligence agency that has admitted unlawfully spying was operating without a warrant when it undertook the operations relating to the Kim Dotcom case, virtually confirming the target was a foreign national rather than a New Zealander. At his post-Cabinet press conference this afternoon, Prime Minister John Key would reveal very few details beyond his statement earlier today that he had ordered an inquiry into the unlawful interceptions by the Government Communications Security Bureau. However, he co...

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