Thu, 06 Dec 2012 11:31a.m.
The High Court has ruled internet mogul Kim Dotcom can seek damages from the GCSB for illegally spying on him.
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13/12/2012 11:13:02 p.m.
As a judge once said to me "the law is the law" and they bugger up so they have to pay like me or you and he just be getting back all that money he give to banks and some of all what he had to pay in taxs too,he's just getting the best tax re fund ever. :)
12/12/2012 10:35:39 a.m.
They made a mistake? No they didnt.
11/12/2012 8:16:53 p.m.
So now he wants taxpayers money? Oh yeah, real stand up guy..
As the Government moves to give the GCSB more powers it's worth considering our own history to see how our spy agencies have gone.
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