ISPs react cautiously to extremism internet filter
Internet Service Providers have cautiously greeted the news that the Government is exploring an internet filter for violent extremist and terrorist content.
Why the EV revision is not a back-down
Is the Government going soft on its so-called Electric Vehicles pledge? The University of Auckland’s Basil Sharp doesn’t think so.
How technology is changing our towns
Could an online bra-fitting service be the final death knell for bricks and knell stores?
Who should we trust about 5G?
As concerns arise about the perceived health risks of 5G, Mark Elwood asks how we can decipher the conflicting messages coming out of extensive research.
Getting ahead of the Christchurch Call
Instead of using what amounts to censorship, tech companies signed up to the Christchurch Call would be wise to adopt a more preventative tactic, writes Alistair Knott.
Messaging app the new 8chan
The encrypted messaging app Telegram has become a hub for far-right propaganda and terrorist content, but its owners haven’t taken any action against these new users.
How to reduce your data footprint
Using data adds to your carbon footprint. So how can we keep it under control?
Mobile calling gets competitive
The launch here of pre-paid mobile phone plans by an Australian online retailing mogul is one example of how the market is changing.