VIDEO: Kim Dotcom V John Key, Intelligence and Security select committee
Wednesday 3 Jul 2013 7:33 p.m.
Kim Dotcom, whose extradition battle is continuing, spoke to Parliament's Intelligence and Security Select Committee today – arguing against the extension of the GCSB's powers.
"The new GCSB bill demands an expansion of spying powers. This is poorly timed," he said.
Dotcom received a formal apology from Prime Minister John Key after it was revealed the GCSB spied on him illegally. Addressing the committee, he called his fight "an injustice" and said he believed more New Zealanders had received the spy agency's attention.
Watch the video for Dotcom's full speech.