[ap-intact] INFO: Did New Zealand use spy system to target Solomon officials, anti-corruption campaigner?

A news story in The Intercept alleges that New Zealand used an Internet mass surveillance system to target government officials and an anti-corruption campaigner in the Solomon Islands. The surveillance system is said to have intercepted documents authored by the closest aides and confidants of the Solomons prime minister. The system also reportedly intercepted documents containing references to the Solomons’ leading anti-corruption activist.

Read the story by Ryan Gallagher, in The Intercept. https://firstlook.org/theintercept/2015/03/14/new-zealand-xkeyscore-solomon-islands-nsa-targets/

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