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+ - New Zealand broke the law spying on Kim Dotcom, PM apologizes->

Submitted by Mad Hamster
Mad Hamster (870092) writes "In the latest installment of the megaupload saga, an official study has determined that New Zealand's Government Communications and Security Bureau broke NZ law by spying on Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom. NZ Prime Minister John Key has apologised to Dotcom and all New Zealanders for this, saying they were entitled to be protected by the law but it had failed them. Link is to writeup in The Guardian."
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New Zealand broke the law spying on Kim Dotcom, PM apologizes

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