New Zealand’s government is being sued by a software company for illegally sharing its users’ data, and the NZXT cam software is the target of a lawsuit by a group of people who say they were cheated out of money they thought they were owed.
In the latest case, the New Zealand Law Society said on Thursday that it has filed a class action lawsuit against NZXT over its “logging software” called NZXT Stream that allows users to store and retrieve large volumes of user data on a network-connected computer.”NZXT Stream was used by many of the people who sued NZXT and for a variety of other activities, including online gaming and photo sharing,” the New York-based society said in a statement.
The software is used by hundreds of millions of New Zealanders who use its services.
The government has denied wrongdoing and says the software is only used by government officials.
The NZXT case is the latest in a long line of legal battles for New Zealand, where it has been sued more than 20 times by companies claiming the government is illegally spying on its citizens.
The New Zealand Supreme Court in January found that the data-collection by New Zealand Police and Government was illegal under the Data Protection Act and the Privacy Act.
The court said the data could be used to target people and businesses.
“The NZ Government has not admitted wrongdoing,” Justice Paul Ridsdale said at the time.
“But the NZPS and NZGIS have acknowledged that the NZ Police has an interest in the content of this data.”
The NZ Police and the New Zest have declined to comment.
The law society said it was not a criminal matter but it did want the NZGIs to pay damages, including interest, and for NZXT to stop using the software.NZXT said in court documents that it “never accessed, collected, shared or retained any personal data of its users or of anyone else.””NZT Stream is an independent software program that is licensed to NZXT, and is not used for the purpose of surveillance, monitoring or surveillance of persons or organizations,” it said in the court documents.
“NZXT has not accessed, shared, or retained the NZT Stream data.”NZXT’s lawyer, David Waugh, said the company would contest the lawsuit, and said the NZXX software was used for all sorts of activities, not just government surveillance.
“We’re not going to stop doing our job, we’re not stopping our activities, we are going to keep doing it,” Waugh said.
“This is an act of civil disobedience and we’re going to continue to do it.”
It’s a very interesting case, because it goes on for so long.
The NZXT is a very popular company in New Zealand.”NZXXStream is the software that New Zealand police use to collect data on people who use the service, including social media and phone calls, as well as text messages and email.
It’s used to send data to the government, which then shares it with the police and other agencies.
NZXT said it has not shared data with the NZ police and that the company has no intention of doing so.
The government’s data protection commissioner has said the software can be used for other purposes, but the NZ government has said it would not be using it.
The Supreme Court has heard the case before and ruled in October that NZXT’s software should not be used.