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Dotcom case: Spies under the spotlight
Police seek more government spies for questioning over the illegal surveillance of Kim Dotcom.
Dotcom: Sue you NZ Govt
The most wanted man on the internet can now sue over illegal government spying, and boy will he take advantage of it.
Dotcom's extradition case delayed
Megaupload founder will not be seen until August following an eight month delay to his extradition hearing.
Key’s Commerce Commission threat cheats Kiwis
Is John Key determined to ensure New Zealand broadband households’ bills are $12 higher a month?
Key’s Dotcom denial baffles Labour
John Key's claims he knew nothing about Kim Dotcom questioned by Labour leader David Shearer during TV Q&A.
Dotcom cock-ups watched closely in USA
Government handling of the Megaupload case is under close U.S. scrutiny and what they see isn’t pretty according to the Labour Party.
Key causes Parliament outrage over Dotcom
Prime Minister and Opposition leader in fiery exchange as both stand their ground over the ongoing Kim Dotcom saga.
Labour demands Dotcom audio from Key meeting
Opposition questions the Prime Minister over alleged audio-visual recording of his previously denied Dotcom meeting with government agency in February.
Stuck in the middle with Huawei
Leading security expert warns New Zealand is caught between two world tech superpowers in America and China.
Key talks Dotcom in Hollywood
Prime Minister's visit to U.S. clouded as powerful Hollywood lobbyist discuss Kim Dotcom case.
Dotcom lessons in Mike Tyson’s knockout
The Kim Dotcom fiasco, in which no less than the Prime Minister is now embroiled should have taught us all one thing: the likes of Mike Tyson should be kept out.
Key's credibility crushed after Dotcom denial
Labour party condemns the under-fire Primer Minister after revelations he knew about illegal spying in the Kim Dotcom case.
PM mindful of Dotcom spying
John Key admits he was briefed over the Kim Dotcom case in February but can't recall the reference as the government comes under further fire.
Dotcom demands spying probe
Megaupload founder backs calls for an independent inquiry after government spies illegally accessed his communications.
NZ had rules to avoid Kim Dotcom mess
If you lie with dogs, you will get fleas.
Key “disappointed” with Dotcom spies
Extradition case now at risk as Prime Minister condemns government spies but refuses to comment on why they illegally bugged the Megaupload founder.
PM slams govt spies in Dotcom case
John Key demands answers from the national's secretive intelligence agency over 'unlawful' acquisition of Megaupload case communications.