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Technology lawyer Andrew Dentice urges more discussion on the services open banking enables, and less on the technology behind it
20th Apr 24, 9:31am
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Technology lawyer Andrew Dentice urges more discussion on the services open banking enables, and less on the technology behind it
Privacy Act alone not sufficient to meet user privacy expectations for digital cash, Reserve Bank says
19th Apr 24, 12:00pm
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Privacy Act alone not sufficient to meet user privacy expectations for digital cash, Reserve Bank says
'Digital cash' could shore up monetary sovereignty, plus boost competition and innovation, the RBNZ says
17th Apr 24, 6:01am
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'Digital cash' could shore up monetary sovereignty, plus boost competition and innovation, the RBNZ says
Supermarkets court controversy with error-prone and racist facial recognition tech, argues Juha Saarinen
13th Apr 24, 1:16pm
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Supermarkets court controversy with error-prone and racist facial recognition tech, argues Juha Saarinen
Gareth Vaughan on Albo sharpening his elbows for new competition, the search for r*, Mossack & Fonseca go on trial, CBDCs & privacy, Saudi Arabia's megacity
13th Apr 24, 8:59am
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Gareth Vaughan on Albo sharpening his elbows for new competition, the search for r*, Mossack & Fonseca go on trial, CBDCs & privacy, Saudi Arabia's megacity
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Financial institutions must report cyber incidents to the RBNZ; can decide themselves if they're 'material'
7th Mar 24, 10:04am
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Financial institutions must report cyber incidents to the RBNZ; can decide themselves if they're 'material'
Angela Huyue Zhang assess a recent court ruling in China allowing copyright protection for content generated by artificial intelligence
9th Dec 23, 9:45am
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Angela Huyue Zhang assess a recent court ruling in China allowing copyright protection for content generated by artificial intelligence
Like plumbing did for water, the ‘consumer data right’ could make your personal data safer and easier to share
18th Sep 23, 11:23am
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Like plumbing did for water, the ‘consumer data right’ could make your personal data safer and easier to share
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New Zealand and Australia's privacy watchdogs announce joint inquiry into Latitude Financial Services' data breach
10th May 23, 12:57pm
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New Zealand and Australia's privacy watchdogs announce joint inquiry into Latitude Financial Services' data breach
Reserve Bank moves to bolster its understanding of cyber resilience in the financial sector
8th May 23, 3:55pm
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Reserve Bank moves to bolster its understanding of cyber resilience in the financial sector
Privacy Commissioner urges the Government to tighten up privacy laws including bringing in a civil penalty regime
8th May 23, 11:17am
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Privacy Commissioner urges the Government to tighten up privacy laws including bringing in a civil penalty regime
Warning for NZ companies active in Australia of their need to comply with the Australian Privacy Act
1st May 23, 2:00pm
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Warning for NZ companies active in Australia of their need to comply with the Australian Privacy Act
Brendan Walker-Munro questions why Optus was storing so much personal information for so long
4th Oct 22, 10:14am
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Brendan Walker-Munro questions why Optus was storing so much personal information for so long
As it eyes a central bank digital currency, the Reserve Bank acknowledges launching one would at least in part be a defensive play
5th Jun 22, 6:00am
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As it eyes a central bank digital currency, the Reserve Bank acknowledges launching one would at least in part be a defensive play
Angela Huyue Zhang expects the Cyberspace Administration of China to change the game for the country's online platforms
25th Nov 21, 10:28am
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Angela Huyue Zhang expects the Cyberspace Administration of China to change the game for the country's online platforms
Bank for International Settlements paper argues an approach combining financial regulation, competition policy and data privacy is required for regulating big tech's push into financial services
18th Mar 21, 10:08am
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Bank for International Settlements paper argues an approach combining financial regulation, competition policy and data privacy is required for regulating big tech's push into financial services
Whether it be defeating the fascist disease, or eliminating the Coronavirus, history teaches us that not all capitalists are bad, Chris Trotter says
8th Mar 21, 10:11am
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Whether it be defeating the fascist disease, or eliminating the Coronavirus, history teaches us that not all capitalists are bad, Chris Trotter says
Does opening a ‘back door’ to encrypted communications create a whole new raft of problems? How can firms promise privacy if there is official access? And an unauthorised breach at some point then becomes possible
3rd Dec 20, 4:31pm
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Does opening a ‘back door’ to encrypted communications create a whole new raft of problems? How can firms promise privacy if there is official access? And an unauthorised breach at some point then becomes possible
State Services Commission finds Ministry of Health should not have circulated Covid-10 patients' details as widely as it did when there was no longer community transmission, but says Walker and Boag are culpable for leaks
30th Jul 20, 11:18am
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State Services Commission finds Ministry of Health should not have circulated Covid-10 patients' details as widely as it did when there was no longer community transmission, but says Walker and Boag are culpable for leaks
Election 2020 - Party Policies - Information and Communications Technology - Privacy
25th Jul 20, 5:56am
Election 2020 - Party Policies - Information and Communications Technology - Privacy
Election 2020 - Party Policies - Privacy & Security
25th Jul 20, 5:53am
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Election 2020 - Party Policies - Privacy & Security
National MP Hamish Walker announces he won't stand for re-election in Southland as his leader says he wants him gone and the party's board meets to discuss his future
8th Jul 20, 12:39pm
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National MP Hamish Walker announces he won't stand for re-election in Southland as his leader says he wants him gone and the party's board meets to discuss his future
National MP Hamish Walker demoted after admitting to giving media outlets Covid-19 patients' personal details, provided to him by Michelle Boag - a former National president who worked for the Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust
7th Jul 20, 6:05pm
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National MP Hamish Walker demoted after admitting to giving media outlets Covid-19 patients' personal details, provided to him by Michelle Boag - a former National president who worked for the Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust
The Institute of Directors puts directors legal obligations in relation to climate risk at the top of its list of key issues as growing numbers of stakeholders make extended claims on how companies operate
10th Jan 20, 11:20am
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The Institute of Directors puts directors legal obligations in relation to climate risk at the top of its list of key issues as growing numbers of stakeholders make extended claims on how companies operate
A change in Australian law will have a substantial practical impact on the New Zealand government, companies and residents. Arran Hunt explains why few privileged relationships are now 'safe'
18th Mar 19, 12:10pm
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A change in Australian law will have a substantial practical impact on the New Zealand government, companies and residents. Arran Hunt explains why few privileged relationships are now 'safe'