Judgment: GCSB's addition to Dotcom proceedings
ATTORNEY-GENERAL IN RESPECT OF THE GOVERNMENT COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY BUREAU V KIM DOTCOM COA CA11/2013 [7 March 2013]
IN THE COURT OF APPEAL OF NEW ZEALAND
 NZCA 43
BETWEEN ATTORNEY-GENERAL IN RESPECT OF THE GOVERNMENT COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY BUREAU Appellant
AND KIM DOTCOM First Respondent
AND FINN BATATO Second Respondent
AND MATHIAS ORTMANN Third Respondent
AND BRAM VAN DER KOLK Fourth Respondent
Hearing: 14 February 2013
Court: O'Regan P, Arnold and Harrison JJ
Counsel: D J Boldt and F R J Sinclair for Appellant W Akel and L Stringer for First Respondent G J Foley for Second, Third and Fourth Respondents
Judgment: 7 March 2013 at 10 am
JUDGMENT OF THE COURT
A The appeal is allowed in part.
B The orders set out at (a) and (b) of the judgment under appeal are confirmed.
C The order requiring discovery of documents is amended by deleting the requirement to discover all information collected by the Government Communications Security Bureau in relation to the first and fourth respondents, their families and any associated individuals, but which the GCSB did not pass on to the New Zealand police.
D We make no award of costs.
[Full judgment: CA112013.pdf]