NZ Herald: Kim Dotcom fights for content of GCSB interceptions

Kim Dotcom’s legal team is today fighting a decision barring him from knowing what private conversations the GCSB intercepted while monitoring him.

The Government Communications Security Bureau has previously admitted illegally intercepting private communications between Kim and Mona Dotcom, and his Mega colleague Bram van der Kolk, as part of the extradition case being built between December 2011 and March 2012.

Stuart Grieve QC, who was appointed to the case, has documents listing the types and dates of communications, but Dotcom has received only a redacted version.

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