NZ embroiled in privacy debate after spy scandal | Pacific Beat

NZ embroiled in privacy debate after spy scandal

NZ embroiled in privacy debate after spy scandal

Updated 31 July 2013, 9:24 AEST

The New Zealand government's push to change spy agency legislation has hit more controversy with the revelation a political journalist's phone records were handed to a party inquiry.

New Zealand correspondent Dominique Schwartz says privacy and the powers of spy agencies have become a hot topic.

Presenter: Geraldine Coutts

Speaker: Dominique Schwartz, ABC correspondent, New Zealand

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