Commentary

29
Mar

Drawing lessons from disasters

Contributed by Blair Stewart Drawing lessons from disasters

27
Mar

Does COVID-19 justify the suspension of privacy?

Gehan Gunasekara The University of Auckland, 26 March 2020 www.auckland.ac.nz/en/news/2020/03/26/does-covid-19-justify-the-suspension-of-privacy-.html

28
Feb

Clearview AI exposes our regulatory shortcomings

Contributed by Marcin Betkier Commentary on Clearview AI

14
Feb

Forest missed for the trees in Huawei controversy

Gehan Gunasekara Newsroom, 14 February 2020 www.newsroom.co.nz/ideasroom/2020/02/14/1034267/forest-missed-for-the-trees-in-huawei-controversy

4
Feb

Discriminatory Surveillance: Who is a New Zealander?

Contributed by the Surveillance Working Group Discriminatory Surveillance Commentary

30
Aug

A Matter of Privacy

Otago Daily Times, 29 August 2019 www.odt.co.nz/opinion/editorial/matter-privacy

26
May

Buying Your Genetic Self Online

Contributed by Andelka Phillips Buying Your Genetic Self Online

14
May

Is Global Privacy Regulation Splintering?

Contributed by Blair Stewart Global Privacy Regulation Splintering

11
May

The Existential Threat of Social Media

Newsroom, 3 May, 2019 www.newsroom.co.nz/@ideasroom/2019/05/03/565370/the-existential-threat-of-social-media

7
Mar

German competition regulator restrains Facebook’s data processing

  The Federal Cartel Office (FCO), which is responsible for investigating anti-competitive behaviour in Germany, found that certain aspects of Facebook’s data collection and processing policies violated German competition law and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).   The FCO focused on Facebook’s collection of user data from other Facebook services (eg. WhatsApp, Instagram) and Facebook plug-ins embedded into third-party

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