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Bank for International Settlements suggests entity-based rules alongside activities-based requirements as the best way to regulate big tech activity in financial services
3rd Aug 21, 9:12am
Bank for International Settlements suggests entity-based rules alongside activities-based requirements as the best way to regulate big tech activity in financial services
The Reserve Banks says it is working directly with stakeholders to determine how many people have been impacted by the December data breach 'and will ensure they are well supported'
15th Feb 21, 4:19pm
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The Reserve Banks says it is working directly with stakeholders to determine how many people have been impacted by the December data breach 'and will ensure they are well supported'
Cyber attack prompts RBNZ to delay collecting and publishing bank data, key to policymakers addressing the housing crisis and ensuring the financial system is stable
22nd Jan 21, 7:01pm
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Cyber attack prompts RBNZ to delay collecting and publishing bank data, key to policymakers addressing the housing crisis and ensuring the financial system is stable
Attack on system banks use to share data with the Reserve Bank puts routine statistical releases on hold
18th Jan 21, 4:53pm
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Attack on system banks use to share data with the Reserve Bank puts routine statistical releases on hold
MBIE sees case for government intervention to establish a consumer data right to 'help give consumers access to a wider range of products & services that better meet their needs'
5th Aug 20, 12:12pm
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MBIE sees case for government intervention to establish a consumer data right to 'help give consumers access to a wider range of products & services that better meet their needs'
A researcher lament of governments' failure to collect the most basic statistics on the distribution of income and wealth, an absurd failure because banks and big tech have this data now
27th Dec 19, 9:15am
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A researcher lament of governments' failure to collect the most basic statistics on the distribution of income and wealth, an absurd failure because banks and big tech have this data now
Environment Commissioner Simon Upton says huge gaps in data and knowledge make it hard to construct a clear national picture of the state of our environment and whether it's getting better or worse
7th Nov 19, 2:31pm
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Environment Commissioner Simon Upton says huge gaps in data and knowledge make it hard to construct a clear national picture of the state of our environment and whether it's getting better or worse
Infometrics' Brad Olsen on the Govt and data protection, Stats NZ's new branch, the local elections, whether the end really is in sight for the US-China trade war and meeting global meat demand
18th Oct 19, 10:00am
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Infometrics' Brad Olsen on the Govt and data protection, Stats NZ's new branch, the local elections, whether the end really is in sight for the US-China trade war and meeting global meat demand
Independent experts assessing the 2018 census data quality disagree with Statistics NZ's view that the information on ethnicity is of 'high' quality and say there's 'significant variability in the quality of ethnicity data by ethnic group'
23rd Sep 19, 2:46pm
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Independent experts assessing the 2018 census data quality disagree with Statistics NZ's view that the information on ethnicity is of 'high' quality and say there's 'significant variability in the quality of ethnicity data by ethnic group'
Juniper Research predicts big increase in cost of cyber-crime as crooks use the likes of AI, social media and crypto-jacking
2nd Sep 19, 7:30am
Juniper Research predicts big increase in cost of cyber-crime as crooks use the likes of AI, social media and crypto-jacking
Statistics Minister James Shaw evasive when quizzed on details surrounding the Government Statistician's resignation over the flawed Census
13th Aug 19, 3:28pm
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Statistics Minister James Shaw evasive when quizzed on details surrounding the Government Statistician's resignation over the flawed Census
Stats NZ boss resigns as independent review finds response rate to 2018 Census fell to a very low 83%, resulting in 'significant' data gaps 
13th Aug 19, 11:21am
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Stats NZ boss resigns as independent review finds response rate to 2018 Census fell to a very low 83%, resulting in 'significant' data gaps 
ANZ NZ CEO David Hisco suggests he won't be personally rushing to embrace open banking as Minister Kris Faafoi awaits 'concrete plans' from banks on how they will provide access to third-parties
9th May 19, 10:43am
ANZ NZ CEO David Hisco suggests he won't be personally rushing to embrace open banking as Minister Kris Faafoi awaits 'concrete plans' from banks on how they will provide access to third-parties
David Hargreaves says the harsh reality of what will pass as Census 2018 information demonstrates the urgent need to bin the whole thing and bring forward the next census
29th Apr 19, 2:00pm
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David Hargreaves says the harsh reality of what will pass as Census 2018 information demonstrates the urgent need to bin the whole thing and bring forward the next census
The long-delayed release of information from last year's Census will start in September - but Stats NZ concedes there are insurmountable gaps of information in some key areas, including iwi affiliation
29th Apr 19, 1:13pm
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The long-delayed release of information from last year's Census will start in September - but Stats NZ concedes there are insurmountable gaps of information in some key areas, including iwi affiliation
S&P closely watching how open banking could impact the competitive dynamics for banks and potentially their credit ratings
12th Apr 19, 9:53am
S&P closely watching how open banking could impact the competitive dynamics for banks and potentially their credit ratings
David Hargreaves ponders whether we need a rethink of how we structure and fund our primary gatherer of statistical information - and maybe we should start with scrapping the 2018 census and starting again
9th Apr 19, 11:47am
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David Hargreaves ponders whether we need a rethink of how we structure and fund our primary gatherer of statistical information - and maybe we should start with scrapping the 2018 census and starting again
Kathmandu is warning that customers' personal and payment information details may have been compromised
13th Mar 19, 2:34pm
Kathmandu is warning that customers' personal and payment information details may have been compromised
KPMG's James Dowle says if Open Banking is to take off, more needs to be done to quell fears from customers about data security, while banks and other providers need to really demonstrate the true value and benefits
18th Dec 18, 9:46am
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KPMG's James Dowle says if Open Banking is to take off, more needs to be done to quell fears from customers about data security, while banks and other providers need to really demonstrate the true value and benefits
As algorithmic decision-making spreads across more policy areas, it is exposing social and economic inequities that were long hidden behind "official" data. Diana Coyle wants to use a new bias in favour of 'a more just society'
15th Dec 18, 10:31am
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As algorithmic decision-making spreads across more policy areas, it is exposing social and economic inequities that were long hidden behind "official" data. Diana Coyle wants to use a new bias in favour of 'a more just society'
NZ warned open banking in the UK isn't all it's cracked up to be, with the tech giants rather the garage start-ups best placed to capitalise on having access to banks' data
4th Jul 18, 3:00pm
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NZ warned open banking in the UK isn't all it's cracked up to be, with the tech giants rather the garage start-ups best placed to capitalise on having access to banks' data
Tom Maasland & Richard Wells of MinterEllisonRuddWatts take a look at the promises and challenges of open banking for banks
25th Jun 18, 9:54am
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Tom Maasland & Richard Wells of MinterEllisonRuddWatts take a look at the promises and challenges of open banking for banks
Tom Maasland and Richard Wells of MinterEllisonRuddWatts delve into the impacts and influence of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation for banks
22nd Jun 18, 10:00am
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Tom Maasland and Richard Wells of MinterEllisonRuddWatts delve into the impacts and influence of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation for banks
Tom Maasland & Richard Wells of MinterEllisonRuddWatts put a spotlight on what the Privacy Bill means for New Zealand banks
21st Jun 18, 9:37am
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Tom Maasland & Richard Wells of MinterEllisonRuddWatts put a spotlight on what the Privacy Bill means for New Zealand banks
Bank lobby group wants Privacy Bill's threshold for notifiable privacy breaches lifted
11th Jun 18, 11:32am
Bank lobby group wants Privacy Bill's threshold for notifiable privacy breaches lifted