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Do NZ's search and surveillance laws need to be updated?

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Laws allowing spies to intercept text messages, snoop on computers and track people online will be pushed through Parliament before next year's Rugby World Cup.

The move has brought accusations that the Government is passing laws behind closed doors.

But Prime Minister John Key says the bill must be passed before the start of the cup tournament, which many world leaders will be visiting.

Do NZ's search and surveillance laws need to be updated? Here is the latest selection of Your Views:

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