New articles discussing technology, privacy, security and civil liberties are now posted on the NZ Council for Civil Liberties website.
This site will be kept operational to provide access to the archive.
Posted by Thomas Beagle
We're interested in publishing any articles relevant to Tech Liberty in New Zealand.
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- New content now added at NZ Council for Civil Liberties
- Speech about RealMe, big data & power
- Problems with Customs having the power to force decryption
- The GCSB’s brake on innovation
- Can the NZ Police search your phone if you’re arrested?
- Update on automated number plate recognition (ANPR)
- Report: Eyes on New Zealand
- Privacy isn’t dead
- Is RealMe a threat to our liberty?
- HDC Bill reported back by the Select Committee
- HDC Bill: oral submission
- Submission: Harmful Digital Communications Bill
- HDC Bill and criminalising free speech
- Safe harbours in HDC Bill are a threat to freedom of expression
- TICS – Second spy law passes
- Changes to the TICS Bill
- Next: the TICS Bill
- Does the new GCSB Bill give them the power to spy on New Zealanders?
- Application of Human Rights to Communication Surveillance
- Speech to the Auckland public meeting against the GCSB Bill
- Opposition to the GCSB Bill
- TICS Bill – Oral Submission
- GCSB Bill – Oral Submission
- Open letter to John Key – the right to know
- Submission: GCSB Bill
- Will the GCSB ban Apple from New Zealand?
- Submission – Telecommunications (Interception Capability & Security) Bill
- GCSB’s new powers for wide-spread spying on New Zealanders
- DIA now filtering .. Google?
- Does the TICS Bill really give the GCSB control and oversight of NZ telecommunications?