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NZ energy innovation bill speeds through its third reading in parliament
Wed, 5th Jul 2017
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cartech
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data centre maintenance / management
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power / energy
New Zealand introduces new measures to boost electric vehicles and energy efficiency, with changes to legislation and incentives for EV uptake.
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New Zealand pilots union pushes for tighter drone regulations
Wed, 21st Jun 2017
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drones
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law
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nzalpa
NZ pilots' union demands urgent drone law reform amid rising aerial hazards.
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Your webinar invite: Australia’s new data breach laws and how to revamp your security
Thu, 15th Jun 2017
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cloud services
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hyperscale
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public cloud
Organisations risk becoming non-compliant with data breach laws - Here's how your organisation can navigate the regulations and tighten your security.
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Interview: Gemalto's Rana Gupta talks secure breaches, encryption and cyber attacks
Mon, 15th May 2017
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ddos
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encryption
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breach prevention
Your company's information is always at risk of being stolen, but what if that stolen information is encrypted - and worthless to hackers?.
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Mandatory Data Breach Reporting – what you need to start doing right now
Mon, 8th May 2017
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breach prevention
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cybersecurity
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law
Take heed or be caught out - Cyber-Risk puts together some tips to help you prepare for the breach reporting laws.
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Are you ready? Only five weeks until China's new data security law comes into effect
Tue, 2nd May 2017
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data protection
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law
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dla piper
With China’s new cybersecurity law only five weeks away, businesses should be preparing and understanding the new rules.
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The legal impact of data protection and management in the digital age
Tue, 18th Apr 2017
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breach prevention
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testing
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cybersecurity
As organisations look towards data to track patterns, they should also be mindful of the legal regulations that govern data protection and breaches.
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Veritas says Aussie firms aren't prepared for EU's new data protection regulations
Mon, 27th Mar 2017
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data protection
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law
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veritas
The Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect next year, and only 30% of Australian businesses are prepared for it, Veritas has found.
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Move over, Silicon Valley: Two Kiwi companies are bringing AI to legal services
Thu, 2nd Mar 2017
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ai
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law
MinterEllisonRuddWatts and Goat Ventures create Kiwi AI startup that is so innovative, it wouldn't even exist in Silicon Valley.
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Legal tech profession has its head in the sand over China’s new cybersecurity law, survey finds
Wed, 1st Mar 2017
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data protection
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cybersecurity
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law
China’s new cybersecurity law may have passed three months ago, but 75% of legal technology professionals aren’t even familiar with it.
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Australia catches up: Mandatory data breach reporting bill finally reaches Senate
Mon, 13th Feb 2017
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breach prevention
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ai security
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Australia is finally seeing progression on the mandatory data breach notification laws, as the bill passed the House of Representatives last week.
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Why China’s new cybersecurity law is a threat to international businesses and innovation
Wed, 23rd Nov 2016
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cybersecurity
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law
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hackers
Under the veil of cybersecurity, regulators will have access to information that could benefit Chinese firms at the expense of foreign business.
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Waikato law academic encourages NZ to bring legal justice online
Wed, 26th Oct 2016
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law
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university of waikato
A Waikato University law academic proposes an online court system in New Zealand, inspired by England's move to improve access to legal representation.
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Mellanox appoints new senior vice president for global legal affairs
Tue, 20th Sep 2016
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colocation
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law
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mellanox
Mellanox appoints Alinka Flaminia as new SVP & GC to lead legal affairs, public policy and compliance operations.
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Hawke's Bay lawyers use tech to propel law into the digital age
Tue, 21st Jun 2016
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law
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central innovation
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palm
Two lawyers in the Hawke's Bay are using technologies and innovative thinking to attract business and transform the legal landscape.
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Education Act Update receives 'huge' response
Wed, 16th Dec 2015
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edutech
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law
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ministry of education
Overwhelming feedback as 1,800+ responses flood in for the overhaul of NZ's outdated 1989 Education Act.
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Spark responds to Government's Telco Act review
Wed, 9th Sep 2015
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government
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nz
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law
Spark will engage with the Government and the general public through this review to ensure NZ is placed to take advantage of the digital future.
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NZ Govt asks: What does digital convergence mean for us?
Fri, 28th Aug 2015
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digital transformation
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government
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law
The New Zealand Government has launched a Green Paper and work programme that explores digital convergence, looking at challenges and opportunities.
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GFI mounts aggressive partner acquisition programme
Thu, 19th Mar 2015
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edutech
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it in healthcare
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email security
Aggressive partner acquisition programme for GFI Software as it seeks to reinvigorate channel and tap vertical markets.
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Carter Holt cladding 'inherently defective', appeal court hears
Wed, 4th Mar 2015
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edutech
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schools
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law
Carter Holt Harvey faces lawsuit over defective cladding used in 880 school buildings. Ministry of Education seeks to recoup costs.
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Don't lose your job with one quick tweet
Wed, 29th Oct 2014
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social media
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law
Social Media and the Law is the newly published book that covers a variety of topics and is said to be essential reading for the business community.
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Guilty classes
Wed, 1st Feb 2012
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wearables
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law
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police
Brazilian police deploy 'RoboCop' sunglasses with facial recognition to scan crowds, promising enhanced security ahead of major events.
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UK juror jailed for researching defendant online
Wed, 25th Jan 2012
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facebook
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law
UK juror Theodora Dallas jailed for contempt after online search on defendant, sparking debate on technology's role in justice.
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Legal threats halt Steve Jobs action figure
Tue, 17th Jan 2012
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apple
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technology gifts
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law
Under legal pressure, a Hong Kong company drops its Steve Jobs action figure after outcry from family and Apple lawyers.