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A senior employee at New Zealand's Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) appears to have been sent on gardening leave, as the Bureau and other government agencies investigate the Kim Dotcom affair. In recent works it has emerged that the GCSB conducted surveillance of Dotcom under laws that empower it to spy on …


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  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    NZ is obviously the best place to claim Political Asylum ...

    ... ahead of Ecuador and Scotland.

    1. Thorne
      Black Helicopters

      Re: NZ is obviously the best place to claim Political Asylum ...

      Not really, Kim still got raided by Sargent Stupid and the Jackboot Brigade. They took all his money, kicked down his door waving automatic weapons and only now question the legallity of it all. Their American masters are backing away quietly leaving the Kiwis to take the fall for the massive cockup.

  2. Alan Brown Silver badge

    Selective Amnesia

    Seems to be a common work-related illness for politicians

    The worst part is that even after all that's happened, if there was an election tomorrow the Kiwi Sheeple would still vote the same party back into government.

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward


    With a name like that it sounds like he should have been in the Gestapo. Oh, wait ...

  4. Mike Moyle

    Springsteen was an optimist...

    “I just time-travelled. 15 years from now there are only two major movie studios: Google & Megabox.”

    Fifty-seven million channels and nothin' on!

    1. Neoc

      Re: Springsteen was an optimist...

      "Fifty-seven million channels and nothin' on!"

      "Fifty-seven million channels and nothin' but adverts!"

      There, fixed it for you.

  5. Echowitch
    Big Brother

    Agent CX ?? =)

    CX is the name for internal mail at MI6. It refers to old mail stamped CX, which meant "Cummings Exclusive", as Mansfield Smith-Cumming was the founder of MI6.

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