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Results in this view: Y-why Refuse? 0% - Convince Me 7% - N-too Invasive 93%
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By Mark Tracey No, no, no... fortunately that has not been attempted in the U.S.
I makes me want to scratch New Zealand off my travel list
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By Vicki Acquah Much like the olden days of the dictators reign; SMH...this road has already been traveled. Do we have to go down it again ? Only this time instead of searching butt cracks - Now I phones and gadgets?... help us lord !
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By William Dykeman it makes me so angry, why arent people fighting back?
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By Mark Tracey They may be in New Zealand, needs research.
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by anon-a4e4 I agree Mark - I really wanted to go to New Zealand and now I hate them (even though I really don't want to!). The concept that traveling to another country gives them the right to invade your bank accounts, emails, private files and so on is absolutely insane. Perhaps you should be forced to sign a search warrant for your home - how is that different? I don't know how this stuff doesn't violate various laws that already exist to protect privacy.
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By Mark Tracey anon-a4e4, I don’t know that hating them is useful, perhaps the citizens are unhappy with this legislation. It is clearly government over-reach, perhapes it only a a measure used on non-citizens. Again, more research is need.
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by anon-a4e4 It's OK if it's against non-citizens? This is a violation of basic human rights. You can't have your entire life invaded because of any suspicion anyone has. Whether you're a citizen or not. Why not a law that you can be waterboarded if you don't cooperate fully, so long as you're not a citizen?

The people of New Zealand, like people everywhere, will nod sagely at the people telling them "this is for your security". And when micro drones patrol every inch of every city and hear and see everything we do, in and out of our homes, we'll know how it started.
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