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State Surveillance Discussion Panel at Nethui 2013 - Video

State Surveillance Discussion Panel at Nethui 2013 - Video

By Alastair Thompson

Scoop editor Alastair Thompson covered the ‘State Surveillance of Online Communications’ panel at Nethui in Wellington on Wednesday, July 10.

On the panel was former director of the Government Communications Security Bureau, Sir Bruce Ferguson, as well as Cloud consultant Ian Apperley, solicitor Michael Wigley, and security, comparative and international politics expert Dr. Paul Buchanan.

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#Nethui GCSB PRISM Session Raw Footage Part 1 - State surveillance of online communications

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#Nethui GCSB PRISM Session Raw Footage Part 2

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#Nethui GCSB PRISM Session Raw Footage Part 3

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#Nethui GCSB PRISM Session Raw Footage Part 4

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