Consumer Data Right - start small and scale up, says industry
The banking and payments industry has largely come out in favour of the Government's plan to introduce a Consumer Data Right (CDR) that would allow people to take their data with them as they switch providers.
End of the line for the COVID card
The COVID card appears to have reached the end of its journey with a trial in Rotorua showing up problems with the technology.
What tech companies do Americans trust? Just Google it.
A survey of American internet users has shown a sharp divide between tech companies when it comes to trustworthiness, with Facebook and Tiktok ranking lowest and Google and Amazon coming out on top.
How to figure out what's next - and actually get there
As a professional body we're often asked by members for some pointers on kickstarting or progressing a career. Or how to turn a "job" into a "career" and actually get some focus into getting ahead.
InternetNZ: annual study reveals new concerns about the internet
New research released today by InternetNZ shows that many New Zealanders are extremely concerned about the Internet being a forum for extremist material, hate speech and fake news.
Brislen on Tech: RIP the nation state
As citizens we have rights and can elect a parliament to reflect who we are.
But what do we do when that parliament can no longer control the biggest companies in the world? Are we now destined to…
The roaming hit telcos are taking due to Covid travel restrictions
With travel restrictions in place around the world, telecoms network operators are missing a lucrative source of revenue - roaming charges racked up when their subscribers head abroad.
Facebook 1: Australia: 0
Facebook has called Australia's bluff and removed professional news media from its platform and now the Australian government has folded, introducing amendments to the proposed media code and giving F…
Vodafone joins Spark in 5G-powered wireless broadband business
Vodafone has begun offering a wireless broadband service over the 5G network it has constructed in parts of the country, offering a faster, untethered alternative to fibre and copper connections.
New Zealand to join the Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime
New Zealand is to join the Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime, to further our international cooperation efforts in tackling cybercrime.
Brislen on Tech: Ante up
The Australian government is introducing a law that will require social media platforms to pay for access to professional media.
Google has agreed to set up commercial relations with the providers…