GCSB found to have illegally spied on others in new Megaupload twist

Feature image: Kim Dotcom was illegally spied on by the GCSB – new details show surveillance continued longer than previously admitted. Photo / Greg Bowker By: David Fisher  Senior writer, NZ Herald    25 Aug, 2017 1:52pm The GCSB has been found to have acted unlawfully when it spied on foreigners in the FBI-led Megaupload investigation. In doing so, it has raised the possibility the entire operation was illegal. The new finding comes out of the High Court damages case taken against the GCSB by the Megaupload-accused and has seen the bureau refuse to put up a defence to claims...

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