Spy watchdog tells SIS to stop infringing interviewees' rights
The spy agency watchdog has told SIS agents to stop infringing the rights of people they interview. Since the Christchurch attacks, Muslims have complained the SIS has been unfairly targeting them while ignoring the threat of white supremacists. In a report completed 16 months ago, the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security backs up their claims. Phil Pennington has details.