Microsoft and Google gave the Kazakhstan government data to help identify people accused of hacking its servers and email addresses.
Hamish McNicol weighs up privacy, hackers, and the Republic of Kazakhstan’s “unenviable” human rights. With special feature audio.
“I’m afraid he does have a point," says ZB's Andrew Dickens. He doesn't.
Mega opposed the application because of the country's "unenviable" human rights record. With special feature audio.
A more fruitful area of research might be to look at promises made by overseas investors and whether they have been fulfilled
Mega "prides itself on privacy," is concerned about "political reprisals" for alleged government hackers.
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