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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.
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.
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.
Facebook pulls the plug on news in Australia - will the ban last?
Big Tech's relationship with Australians has taken a dive, with Facebook following through on its threats to block news from Australian media outlets from appearing on its platform.
Microsoft secures BNZ as second Azure region customer
Microsoft has another anchor tenant lined up for the new data centre region it will open here, with BNZ moving in as part of a major cloud migration push at the bank.
Law change being considered over Covid tracing privacy
The Government is getting advice on a potential law change to clarify when Covid tracing app data can be used by agencies, including the Police and our intelligence services.
Google dominates digital ad space - ACCC
Google's woes in Australia deepened today as the Australian competition watchdog released a report outlining how Google dominates aspects of the A$9.1 billion Australian digital ad market.
Honor looks to go global in life after Huawei
Chinese phone maker Honor debuts its first phone since splitting off from blacklisted parent Huawei. Will its newfound freedom see it target international markets like New Zealand?
Griffin on Tech - A tidy transition, the end of T-Box and streaming Dylan
It could have got really nasty online and on Washington's streets. But a sense of calm pervaded the inauguration of President Biden.
Now the President has to give shape to his approach to dealing w…
Aussie MPs unite to go after internet 'idiots and conspiracists'
Over 50 Australian MPs have joined a parliamentary group to examine ways to make social media platforms safer as the government seeks feedback on a bill to expand the eSafety Commissioner's powers.
Harmful content vs Free speech online: Who should decide?
To what extent should Facebook, Twitter and others be censoring content and people, and how do you balance harmful content and free speech?
The answer might come down to what the Internet actuall…