Online gambling sites fake NZ connection
At least 13 offshore gambling websites are using a NZ website address, and one is using our coat of arms.
ComCom favours deregulating Spark resale copper voice services
The Commerce Commission is leaning towards deregulating Spark New Zealand’s resale copper voice services, as dwindling customer numbers indicate enough alternatives are available.
We need to protect our ‘.nz’ online identity
NZ’s current ‘open’ model for domain names means unscrupulous offshore businesses can take advantage of their apparent physical presence here to deceive customers.
When will we start jailing robots?
If a robot, or an algorithm, causes the death of a person, who is legally responsible?
Doctor’s plight to fix disability sector
Dr Jordan Nguyen has spent his career trying to find innovative solutions to centralise the disability sector. He spoke to Sasha Borissenko.
Let’s stop selling ourselves short
If we just assume we’re powerless to oppose Mark Zuckerberg we’re selling ourselves short.
What too much screen time can do to kids
Alarm bells are ringing for NZ health professionals who say current levels of screen use in schools are putting children’s development in jeopardy.
Chinese AI courts New Zealand
Meet the Chinese AI giant looking to expand into NZ - which human rights activists have linked to the surveillance of Uighur Muslims.
Bad news for Huawei as UK watchdog finds new security issues
Chinese telecommunications network equipment provider Huawei has suffered another setback in its ambition to supply kit for New Zealand’s fifth generation, or 5G, internet services, following new criticisms from the oversight board of the UK-based Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre.