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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Technology articles  Technology
    Computer expert fears Kiwi businesses could be caught out by new far-reaching European privacy laws
     21 May 2018
    A computer science expert fears many Kiwi businesses could be caught out by far-reaching new privacy laws about to take effect in Europe
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    Chinese celebrity 'academies' are turning young women's internet fame into profit
    19 May: China's online celebrities can be seen strolling Parisian boulevards in the latest fashions and enjoying high tea with friends — but Chinese influencers can convert fans into consumers far more effectively.... more
    DIA rejecting suggestion changes to its team will reduce the number investigating child pornography
    17 May: The Department of Internal Affairs is rejecting the suggestion changes to its digital investigations team will reduce the number of people investigating child pornography... more
    Vietnamese hackers trigger software trap after Australian sale of newspaper in Cambodia
    15 May: A Vietnamese state-linked hacking group has used Cambodia's Phnom Penh Post website to target a local human rights organisation with malicious code and it comes just days after the Australian-owned newspaper was sold to a Malaysian spin doctor.... more
    Pony dumped in grandmother's backyard after 13-year-old girl responds to online ad
    12 May: A grandmother in England discovers a pony in her backyard, after her 13-year-old granddaughter responds to an advertisement on the internet.... more
    British telecoms giant BT is to axe around 13,000 jobs over three years as it aims to cut costs
    10 May: British telecoms giant BT is to axe around 13,000 jobs over three years as it aims to cut costs... more
    Cambridge Analytica declaring bankruptcy, shutting down
    4 May: Scandal-hit political analysis firm Cambridge Analytica is declaring bankruptcy and shutting down.... more
    Made in China 2025: Beijing's manufacturing blueprint and why the world is concerned
    3 May: Policy documents don't usually attract this much attention, but China's hi-tech manufacturing plan could have a dramatic effect on global trade.... more
    Up to 270 women in the UK may have died prematurely from breast cancer due to a computer glitch
    3 May: Britain's Health Secretary says 450,000 women missed out on breast screenings after a "computer algorithm failure" stopped letters from being sent to them, reminding them to have a check-up.... more
    Video expert says there's still a place for DVD rentals in NZ
    3 May: DVD rental store Video Ezy might have pulled the plug, but one video expert doesn't see it as the end of the road for movie rentals in this country.... more

     Most Popular Recent Technology News
     03 May: Made in China 2025: Beijing's manufacturing blueprint and why the world is concerned +++++++++++++++++++++++
     02 May: Warning over electrical safety following house fire increases +++++++++++++++++++++
     29 Apr: Horse owner fed up with drones ++++++++++++++++++++
     03 May: Video expert says there's still a place for DVD rentals in NZ +++++++++++++++++++
     02 May: Email suggests 'major backer' promised to help win $344,000 case against Cambodian newspaper +++++++++++++++++
     04 May: Cambridge Analytica declaring bankruptcy, shutting down  ++++++++++++++++
     03 May: Up to 270 women in the UK may have died prematurely from breast cancer due to a computer glitch +++++++++++++++

     Technology NewsLinks
      22 May: Rick shera: kiwis need right to be forgotten (NZ Herald)
      21 May: China wants to take world tech lead - and us is right to be worried (Stuff.co.nz)
      20 May: Game-changing creative technology on display with creative realities (Stuff.co.nz)
      20 May: Elon musk has la tunnel vision (NZ Herald)
      20 May: Kerre mcivor: a case of mistaken identity (NZ Herald)
      20 May: Watch out thieves: technology touted as solution to nz's stubborn burglary rate (Stuff.co.nz)
      19 May: World cup: frank lampard 'goal' leads to new technology (NZ Herald)
      19 May: Deployment not yet widespread in nz (NZ Herald)
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     Today's News

    International:
    China's Pacific bases and the US pivot to Asia obscure Australia's role in militarising the region 8:16

    Education:
    Three teenagers have been caught following a spate of burglaries at Upper Hutt College 8:16

    Entertainment:
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex 7:54

    International:
    Netflix's Wild Wild Country docu-series examines the attraction and terror of the Rajneesh movement 7:46

    Motoring:
    Petrol's hit nearly two-dollars-thirty a litre in some areas ... the highest level ever recorded 7:46

    Law and Order:
    The former partner of slain Mangakino police officer Constable Murray Stretch is "flabbergasted" his killer hasn't been released from prison 7:36

    Business:
    A technology commentator says a lot of credit card fraud problems begin when customers are sucked into dodgy websites 7:26

    Entertainment:
    Meghan Markle's onscreen husband has advised her to "love deeply" ahead of her wedding to Prince Harry 7:24

    Rugby League:
    Manly's come to the unlikely defence of the NRL following widespread criticism that Melbourne centre Curtis Scott's two-match ban for striking is too lenient 7:16

    Politics:
    The Government's being urged to review a law that's designed to protect whistleblowers 7:06

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