Governments across the world, including in New Zealand, are engaging in “criminal negligence” by moving to centralise data without the proper precautions, an Australian-based cybersecurity consultant says.
In today's email we take a deeper look into the scathing assessment of the Government's first attempt at the data mining needed for its social investment approach.
A damning report from the Privacy Commissioner has raised serious concerns about MSD’s demands for client data. What will it mean for the Government’s wider social investment approach?
In today's email we see how the Government will be flinching after two hammer blows in 24 hours to its flagship data mining policy, we look at a claim that New Zealand is missing 500,000 houses and see why Little and Ardern are winning the mixed doubles.
In the first of a Newsroom series of interviews with New Zealand’s “watchdogs”, Shane Cowlishaw talks to Privacy Commissioner John Edwards about his role and why we shouldn’t fear Facebook.
In today's email, we look at John Key's legacy and rate his valedictory speech, detail the big data debate and check out the response to claims in "Hit and Run".