21 Aug Internet Party of New Zealand Crowdsources for Anti-Spying Bill
Viewers from around the world had been invited to a three-hour livestream event that discusses an anti-spying bill meant to counter the invasive surveillance laws passed by government of New Zealand in 2013 and 2016.
The event was hosted by the Internet Party of New Zealand, headed by Suzie Dawson. Included were a panel of activists that helped select elements of the bill’s framework composed by party founder and Megaupload entrepreneur Kim Dotcom, journalist Barrett Brown, and British hacktivist Lauri Love.
The event’s next session is scheduled on August 20 and will include Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) whistleblower John Kiriakou. 100 first-come-first-served tickets are reserved for participants who wish discuss with the panelists.
Source: Daily Dot