Recent European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling a significant victory for Google.
A cuddly soft toy that can play personal messages to a child recorded by family members - sounds like a great idea right? Maybe it was, until it became just another database hit by a data breach.
The finding of a recent Auckland District Health Board investigation into a suspected privacy breach relating to Tania Dalton's medical care has been released.
New Zealand businesses who deal with personal data of EU citizens may need to upgrade their data protection measures to more closely match the new EU rules.
What does this FinTech buzzword actually mean? Busting the jargon with some practical insights for innovation in financial services (and beyond).
Being cyber-secure is now a business issue, not an IT issue, and taking practical steps to protect your business against a cyberattack is critical.
Exciting times for the New Zealand crypto-sphere with the first Initial Coin Offering (ICO).
New Zealand privacy law does not - currently - require a business to notify its customers when their personal data has been compromised.
A trip to the Ellerslie Four Square will shortly be a wholly different experience.
Data issues are everywhere and affecting everyone. What should you being doing about it?
Good news for companies in the blockchain and token economy looking at running Initial Coin Offerings or Token Generating Events (ICOs or TGEs) from New Zealand
Artificial Intelligence - Shaping a Future New Zealand
We have to think carefully now about how we want the technology to interact with us in the future.
The Internet of Things, digital platforms and data-driven transactions are creating some real challenges for lawyers. Who actually "owns" data? And who is liable when things go wrong in a complex digital ecosystem?
Do you use a free VPN service to stream TV from overseas or hide your internet traffic?
The Privacy Commissioner has determined that a person is entitled to the records of not only the telecommunications they send, but also of those that they receive.
How do we increase awareness of how data is collected, used and shared?
If the UK Information Commissioner's Office wanted to send a message that companies need to treat personal information data breaches seriously in the post-GDPR era then it has certainly done that.