Greenwald posts article on spying allegations ahead of 'Moment of Truth' event

Mon, 15 Sep 2014

By Fiona Rotherham Sept. 15 (BusinessDesk) -  American journalist Glen Greenwald has released a story on The Intercept website entitled 'New Zealand launched mass surveillance project while publicly denying it'. The story comes ahead of tonight's 'Moment of Truth' event organised by Internet Party founder Kim Dotcom at the Auckland Town Hall where Greenwald is also due to speak. Hundreds of people are already said to be lining up to get into the event. Greenwald's story said New Zealand's spy agency, the Government Communications Secur...

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