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Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover has disrupted the Christchurch Call – NZ needs to rethink its digital strategy
The entire team the New Zealand government was planning to work with disappeared. So what next for Twitter's involvement in the Christchurch Call?
IT pros upbeat about 2023 despite the economic gloom
When CompTIA, the US-based tech industry body surveyed 1,125 IT professionals in the US and around the world last month, it found them optimistic about the tech industry's prospects in 2023.
$1.4 billion tech project - and this time it goes to local vendors
A $1.4 billion, 10-year deal has been struck to build the new Public Safety Network and local vendors will be responsible for building and operating it.
Ransom denied: Medibank hackers start releasing sensitive data
A nightmare scenario is currently playing out for Australian health insurer Medibank, which last month saw details of up to 9.7 million customers obtained by hackers.
Is the global decline in democracy linked to social media?
The evidence suggests that digital media impact political behaviour globally warranting concern about the impacts on democracy.
Griffin on Tech: Going digital for the planet
A big investment is required to deploy digital technologies that will help cut carbon emissions. But firms that do so could boost their productivity too.
3 in 10 Kiwis scammed in online holiday shopping
Kiwis are being warned to be on heightened alert this holiday shopping season for scams and fraud attempts as they search for deals to tackle the high cost of living.
OpenSSL - the vulnerabilities and the fixes
The OpenSSL Project has just released details on the vulnerabilities that they initially announced last week.
Critical vulnerability in OpenSSL 3 - should you be concerned?
The OpenSSL Project Team will tomorrow release a new version of OpenSSL to address a critical security vulnerability.
Griffin on Tech: Hefty data breach fines sharpen the mind
Serious data breaches could soon be punished with a A$50 million fine in Australia. our own Privacy Act allows a mere $10,000 maximum penalty.
Is the metaverse really the future of work?
According to Mark Zuckerberg, the "metaverse" – which the Meta founder describes as "an embodied internet, where instead of just viewing content – you are in it" – will radically change our live…