National leader John Key is confident our partners in the Five Eyes spying network aren’t using it to conduct mass surveillance of New Zealanders.

“I’m just comfortable in the view that I do not believe that the United States of America is somehow coming in and taking mass surveillance of New Zealanders, I don’t believe that’s taking place,” he says.

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This contradicts comments made by Obama in February:

President Barack Obama said Tuesday there is no country where the United States has committed not to engage in espionage.

“There’s no country where we have a no-spy agreement,” Obama replied. The so-called “Five Eyes,” Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States, have shared intelligence information since the end of World War II. Those sharing agreements don’t include a ban on spying in the other country.

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