SIS reviews Chinese database

Staff reporters
Wed, 16 Sep 2020

The New Zealand Security Intelligence Service says it is reviewing a Chinese intelligence firm’s database which has profiles of hundreds of kiwis.The details of the database have been reported on Stuff, which said more than 700 kiwis have been profiled by Zhenhua Data, a Chinese intelligence firm that has been linked to Beijing.The profiles include Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s mother Laurell, father Ross and sister Louise, Cabinet ministers, former prime minister Sir John Key’s son Max, and business people including retired...

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