Moving NZ into cyber space
New Zealand is both trusted and trusting - good and bad factors if we want to move into the high-tech cyber space and become the Seattle of the South.
Government to test run CovidCard
The Government has announced it will test run the CovidCard contact tracing system in Rotorua.
You pay, shops wave goodbye to millions
Our banks are charging retailers hundreds of millions of dollars every year, for electronic payments. While credit card companies cut some fees this week, small Kiwi retailers are still paying too much.
Slack helps Sharesies through a ‘perfect storm’
Find out how an NZ investment site grew their company during lockdown and why its CEO is doubling down on working remotely.
Deep fakes and synthetic media
The latest and most advanced techniques to spread disinformation and deception are incredibly sophisticated.
Government advisors push back on CovidCard
Both the Privacy Commissioner and the Productivity Commission have cautioned the Government against adopting the CovidCard project without doing its due diligence.
Is CovidCard really a silver bullet?
An expert on digital contact tracing says a CovidCard wouldn’t necessarily avoid the low uptake problems that have plagued the Government’s NZ COVID Tracer app.
Huawei NZ conciliatory after UK ban
Huawei New Zealand appears to be concerned that a decision to ban the company overseas could affect it here.
‘There’s no app for community transmission’
Sam Morgan argues the Government should adopt the bluetooth CovidCard to avoid another lockdown