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Thousands of New Zealanders may have been caught up in a massive online data breach connected to Nitro PDF software.
The Chinese government has responded aggressively to criticism by the five-nation intelligence group, Five Eyes, that it is trying to silence political opposition in Hong Kong.
A Chinese foreign… Audio
New Zealanders have lost $23 million to scams in the last 18 months, with the majority of victims staying silent about being duped.
On top of that, 70 percent of small business are also being conned… Video, Audio
Aviation Security officers have been sending extra help to a first-time mother caring for her baby alone in managed isolation.
As the mother cannot leave her hotel, they've even been buying toys for… Audio
GCSB Director-General Andrew Hampton joins The Panel to talk about the jobs on offer. Audio
Limiting the number of international ports in New Zealand could minimise the risk of Covid-19 spread, according to a medical officer of health.
The Ministry of Health is reviewing measures in place… Audio
There has been news this morning that the US government is expected to file a lawsuit against Google, accusing the tech giant of maintaining an illegal monopoly over Internet searches and advertising.
Six Russian military intelligence officers have been charged by the US for their part in master-minding a series of high-profile global cyber attacks targeting foreign governments, private… Audio
It's been confirmed that New Zealand was involved in a US investigation into six Russian state-sponsored hackers over attacks spanning four years.
The US Justice Department charged six Russian… Audio
NZ is being cited by US Department of Justice for assistance in bringing criminal charges against Russian intelligence officers for hacking.
Washington correspondent Simon Marks speaks to Susie… Audio
Civil liberties groups believe privacy, freedom of expression and trade secrets could be eroded if tech companies give up their encrypted data to governments.
The government and its Five Eyes… Audio
Technology commentator Paul Brislen joins The Panel to give his response. Audio
The Privacy Commissioner says it will be difficult - if not impossible - for tech companies to allow Governments to access encrytped data without comprmising the security of their entire systems.
New Zealand and its Five Eyes security partners have made another plea for social media companies like Facebook to allow governments to access their encrypted data. Audio
Kathryn Ryan speaks with GCSB director-general Andrew Hampton about the repeated cyber attacks targetting the NZX in August, which crashed the website and forced several halts in trading. MetService… Audio
The Department of Internal Affairs has signed a master agreement with a global biometrics tech supplier that just about any public or private organisation can be allowed to join.
Simran Kaur is a Sikh community advocate who take us into the Takanini Sikh Temple. Video
Farmers sick of shooing intruders off their properties are demanding answers after some tracks were wrongly marked as roads on Google Maps.
The tech giant's conceded private tracks and driveways have… Audio
Technology correspondent, host of the NZ Tech podcast and CEO of Gorilla Media Paul Spain joins Karyn to look at a hectic week in tech news internationally. Audio