12 Apr 2015

Spying on ourselves - A panel discussion

From Sunday Morning, 10:23 am on 12 April 2015

A couple of weeks back we took a look at the ethics of spying on your friends and neighbours, today we're exploring the ethics of spying on ourselves. Keith Locke is a former Green MP whose SIS file revealed that he had been under surveillance since he was 11 years old and attended a William Morris social evening; Rhys Ball is a former SIS intelligence officer turned Massey University academic; and Kathleen Kuehn is a Victoria University media studies lecturer and author of a forthcoming BWB text on surveillance in New Zealand.