Jagose speech at National Library thwarted by two 'Stop the Spies' protesters

Fri, 11 Sep 2015

By Suze Metherell Sept. 11 (BusinessDesk) - Privacy Commissioner John Edwards was forced to cancel a speech by Una Jagose, the acting director of the Government Communications Security Bureau, after two protesters interrupted the event, claiming the spy agency was involved in drone attacks across the globe. Jagose was to deliver a speech on cyber-attacks at the National Library in Wellington as part of the commission's technology and privacy forum when the two ‘Stop the Spies’ protesters unfurled a banner and refused to leave. She decline...

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