New Zealand Spy Agency To Vet Network Builds, Provider Staff
owen at delong.com
Tue May 13 16:12:44 UTC 2014
Yep… If I had infrastructure in NZ, that would be enough to cause me to remove it.
On May 13, 2014, at 6:33 AM, Paul Ferguson <fergdawgster at mykolab.com> wrote:
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> I realize that New Zealand is *not* in North America (hence NANOG),
> but I figure that some global providers might be interested here.
> This sounds rather... dire (probably not the right word).
> "The new Telecommunications (Interception Capability and Security) Act
> of 2013 is in effect in New Zealand and brings in several drastic
> changes for ISPs, telcos and service providers. One of the country's
> spy agencies, the GCSB, gets to decide on network equipment
> procurement and design decisions (PDF), plus operators have to
> register with the police and obtain security clearance for some staff.
> Somewhat illogically, the NZ government pushed through the law
> combining mandated communications interception capabilities for law
> enforcement, with undefined network security requirements as decided
> by the GCSB. All network operators are subject to the new law,
> including local providers as well as the likes of Facebook, Google,
> Microsoft, who have opposed it, saying the new statutes clash with
> overseas privacy legislation."
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> Paul Ferguson
> VP Threat Intelligence, IID
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