Photo / Chris Loufte
Guess who's holding the the "Hands Off Our Privacy Parts!" Sign at the Auckland GCSB Protest?
This pic was part of a NZ Herald Article yesterday. See the link below for the full story:
The GCSB bill is about to pass into law in the next few hours. The raid on our Privacy by the Dread Privateer John Key is almost complete.
It'll only be stopped in the House by some miracle.
Enjoy our last days to be somewhat free online.
Rodney Harrison: Wholesale spy power is precisely what GCSB bill means for Kiwis describes fairly clearly where John Key either doesn't understand his own legislation or is lying to New Zealanders about his legislation.
I know that nothing we do online is private. I've always assumed this was the case. But there were laws in place restricting wholesale data collecting, individual privacy, and that quaint little thing known as the Bill of Rights. There had been some protection.
Not any more.
New Zealand is turning a corner it doesn't need to and shouldn't.
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