Kim Dotcom: ‘NZ government lied to court about spying on me through my smartphone’

It has been revealed that surveillance on controversial internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom did not end with the raid on his mansion in January 2012, but in fact unlawfully continued for at least two months after his arrest. A New Zealand High Court judge has ruled that Dotcom is not allowed to have access to recordings of his personal communications that were illegally intercepted by the New Zealand spy agency Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) during its investigation into him.

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