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Ban tax avoiding Facebook? Yeah, right
"Fine print, he's going to close down Facebook. That'll be interesting."
Key hints at Chorus contract renegotiation
Prime Minister John Key appears to be holding the door open to renegotiating the price at which Chorus undertakes its part of the national roll-out of fibre-optic cable under the government's ultra-fast broadband project.
NZX lashes inaccuracies in Chorus solvency coverage
NZX, the stock market operator and supervisor, has rapped media reports in latching on to a lobby group's comments on listed company Chorus's solvency.
Kim Dotcom resigns Mega directorship to fight US charges
Flamboyant internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom has resigned as a director of his Mega data storage empire to focus on his efforts on fighting extradition to the United States and other projects.
NZ ministers added to hit list for global hacker to attack
You Protested. Your Government did not listen. We have gathered intelligence on those responsible: John Phillip Key, Peter Dunne, Bill English…
Kim Dotcom for PM? Call it the No Hope Party says Key
Megaupload founder is set to launch his own political party in New Zealand, hoping to win power at the November 2014 elections.
GCSB fights back over global hacking threat
Following Anonymous' threatening video aimed at the New Zealand government, GCSB has hit back...
Dotcom GCSB ruling… a sad day for NZ
It's a sad day for the people of New Zealand when government spies can break the law and not be held to account for it.
Global hacker fires warnings at NZ govt
To the government of New Zealand: you have our full attention and we are watching your every move. Consider yourself warned.
89% of Kiwis vote NO to GCSB bill
The coalition to stop the GCSB bill received an 89% approval rate in Auckland last night, led by Mega founder Kim Dotcom.
GCSB opposition unites in Auckland tonight
Labour Party leader David Shearer and Mega founder Kim Dotcom to head a public meeting in Auckland tonight, addressing key issues surrounding the controversial GCSB bill.
You gotta fight, for Dotcom's right, for transparency…
Megaupload founder dispatches legal team to Wellington today, as his lawyers fight for full disclosure in New Zealand's highest court.
Key: Kiwis don't know what they're talking about
Prime Minister believes GCSB protesters are either misinformed or pursuing a political agenda as thousands rally in opposition to the bill.
Rallying Kiwis rebel against GCSB bill
Thousands unite across New Zealand in protest against the government's GCSB spying bill, led by Kim Dotcom in Auckland.
Privacy scare? NZ govt should grow a pair
Kim Dotcom claims to be the "living, breathing example of why the GCSB must not be given greater powers and limited accountability" at a protest launch in Auckland yesterday.
Should pressured NZ bow to Dotcom demands?
Kim Dotcom may be wanted in the US for alleged copyright crimes, but should New Zealand bow to such demands for extradition?
NZ spies carry damaging disguise
By approving proposals to new government spy laws, are New Zealanders running the inherent risk of accepting an ideology that is abhorrently wrong? After all, legal does not mean right.
Facebook slams NZ spying law
Social networking giant seeks an exemption over government proposals which could see over two million Kiwis spied on by authorities.
Key brands Dotcom's submission a "circus"
Showdown between Prime Minister and Megaupload founder didn't disappoint in Parliament yesterday, but was it more PR than policy?
Dotcom gets set to question Key
Megaupload founder gets his 15 minutes in the spotlight today, as he questions John Key in Parliament.
The Spy who killed Kiwi Privacy
Has privacy in New Zealand gone too far?
Govt empowers CIO to stop IT scares
Chief Information Officer Colin McDonald will receive greater powers and a bigger budget, as the government acts to avoid Novopay style IT cock-ups going forward.
In defence of Kim Dotcom…
Following the illegal surveillance of the Megaupload founder, why have heads not rolled within government?
Key: Snowden not welcome in NZ
As rumours surface that Edward Snowden may seek refuge in New Zealand, Prime Minister John Key insists the US govt whistleblower is not welcome.