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| Latest Political News | Thursday April 11 2013 6:53
Political activists are wondering if they are one of the people spied on by the Government Communications Security Bureau.
A report into the spy agency has uncovered 88 potential cases of illegal spying on New Zealanders.
Mana Party member Sue Bradford says there will be far more than that number of people sitting around today, wondering if they are one of those.
"Paranoia is quite rife among some activists anyway, and of course this just feeds into it."
Sue Bradford says the Government needs to come clean about who has been affected.
She says she and three others in the Mana Party have spent considerable periods of their political lives under surveillance by the Security Intelligence Service and the police.
"I have no idea whether I'm one of the 88 people who've been spied on by the GCSB. But I'd love to know."
Photo: Sue Bradford protesting outside the National Party conference in July, 2012 (Getty Images)