John Key says Edward Snowden ‘may well be right’ about NSA spying on NZ

8. října 2014 v 21:52
The claim by Edward Snowden that New Zealanders' internet traffic is accessible through a NSA intelligence database "may well be right", the country's prime minister, John Key, has acknowledged.Key refused on Wednesday to rule out that New Zealanders' metadata was being intercepted by American intelligence, telling local media: "I don't run the NSA any more than I run any other foreign intelligence agency or any other country".But he denied that agents from the country's spy agency, the Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB), were helping feed mass Kiwi metadata into the vast and controversial database known as XKeyscore.Documents obtained by Snowden, the NSA whistleblower, published on Monday, revealed that the New Zealand government worked throughout 2012 and 2013 to implement a domestic mass surveillance program. бесплатную программа zune

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