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Griffin on Tech: A Pacific neighbour’s internet clampdown
Indonesia wants to control what its citizens see on the internet in a move that seems to be at odds with its aspirations to become a major tech hub.
Griffin on Tech: We have a problem with digital trust
If we want to make the most of a society and economy that is increasingly digital, we need to get to grips with how we manage identity in the digital world.
Griffin on Tech: the Mega pirates fess up
It's not looking good for Kim Dotcom's chances of avoiding extradition after his former Megaupload colleagues pled guilty to running a massive illicit file-sharing operation.
Griffin on Tech: Media outlets should face Big Tech together
Our media outlets have more chance of addressing the power imbalance with Big Tech if they stick together and bargain collectively.
Intel pledges to have net-zero emissions by 2040…
US computer chip maker Intel has become the latest tech company to declare a net-zero emissions goal, pledging to reach the target for its global operations by 2040.
Crypto revolution - Ukraine amasses over US$100 million in crypto donations
As New Zealand commits $30 million in aid to Ukraine and our military personnel head to Europe to offer non-combat assistance, the embattled country is also drawing support from cryptocurrency owners.
Griffin on Tech: With war comes a new wave of disinformation
Disinformation about the war in Ukraine is rife on social media platforms and they aren't doing enough to tackle it.
The Okta hack and software supply chain security hazards
The okta security breach is another reminder of the complexities of the software supply chain and the potential for security lapses along the way.
Griffin on Tech: The PM is off to the US to spruik our tech
The PM will head to the US in May in a bid to push Kiwi tech to the world's most sought-after market.
Plenty of critical tech worker visas still up for grabs
The tech class exception to border restrictions for highly skilled tech workers has received strong interest, but there are plenty of visas still to be allocated.
Government cloud contract a 'big win for data sovereignty' - Catalyst
Catalyst Cloud has won an all-of-government contract with the Department of Internal Affairs that the company says removes longstanding barriers around the IT procurement process.