Report – By the PMC news desk
The Green Party has filed a complaint with the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security (IGIS) over allegations that the surveillance agency Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) has been spying on New Zealanders in the Pacific.
At least one Pacific prime minister has branded the reports of New Zealand spying on its neighbours in the region as a “betrayal of trust”.
Former GCSB head Sir Bruce Ferguson confirmed that mass surveillance of the Pacific has been undertaken since 2009, while Prime Minister John Key claims such spying is legal but has not detailed how. Read more »