Leaked papers reveal NZ plan to spy on China for US

NZ Herald
April 19, 2015

The revelation has sparked a firm Chinese diplomatic response giving rise to concerns NZ's security relationship with the US is impacting its trade relationship with China. Photo / Mark Mitchell The revelation has sparked a firm Chinese diplomatic response giving rise to concerns NZ’s security relationship with the US is impacting its trade relationship with China.

Our spies and America’s top government hackers cooked up a plan to crack into a data link between Chinese Government buildings in Auckland, new Edward Snowden documents reveal.The project appeared aimed at tapping data flowing between the Chinese consulate and its passport office in Great South Rd — and using the link to access China’s computer systems.

The revelation is the most explosive of the information about New Zealand revealed in the Snowden documents — and has sparked a firm Chinese diplomatic response giving rise to concerns our security relationship with the United States is impacting our trade relationship with China. Continue reading Leaked papers reveal NZ plan to spy on China for US

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