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New Zealand’s surveillance fight could change the way the NSA spies on the Pacific

16
Sep
2014

See if this sounds familiar: a bombshell Snowden leak shows the head of a major country is surveilling his own citizens. The leader denies it, but Snowden keeps pushing, with more documents and increasingly specific accusations. This week, its happening in New Zealand, where Prime Minister John Key is fending off accusations of maintaining a massive metadata surveillance system in the run-up to the countrys general elections on Saturday.

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