“The U.S. government and the other Five Eyes partners (UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand) have an agreement to push for new spy legislation that will provide them with backdoors into all Internet infrastructure and services,” Dotcom told TorrentFreak on Saturday. “The NZ government is currently aggressively looking to extend its powers with the GCSB and the TICS act, which will force service providers with encryption capabilities to give them secret decryption access.”
Do we or don’t we need privacy and security protections against unlawful search and seizure? The constitution says so, but it was drafted more than 200 years before the Internet was born.
Thanks to Venture Beat