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UPDATED: Election 2020 - Which parties care about tech's role in New Zealand
Technology should be flying high when it comes to government investment and commitment from New Zealand's political parties. But is it?
Microsoft NZ rolls out free AccountGuard service ahead of general election
Microsoft’s AccountGuard service aims to strengthen cybersecurity for those campaigning for the election, or for government organisations involved in political education or analysis.
Oracle staff condemn Larry Ellison's support for Donald Trump
More than 7000 Oracle employees and members of the public are asking Oracle to take a hard look at itself and its ‘commitment’ to diversity, ethics, and inclusion.
Geopolitics, economy motivating cyber activity in APAC-AN/Z
Flashpoint's Aaron Shraberg says economic tensions between the US, China, and North Korea are influencing risk management decisions in APAC.
Flashpoint: APAC companies must factor geopolitics in cyber strategies
The diverse geopolitical and economic interests of the states in the region play a significant role in driving and shaping cyber threat activity against entities operating in APAC.
SA Labor promises $35 million Adelaide internet investment if re-elected
SA Labor says it would undertake a major expansion of the State Government’s existing fibre network, to be known as the "Fishbone".
Four reasons why your company should get political on social media
It’s now an expectation of consumers that brands will weigh in current events and politics, and share their values.
Wellington technology group create an AI politician
A Wellington technology group will launch a pilot digital platform called SAM, a virtual politician...
Web petition wants students to become informed voters
Could lowering the voting age and giving young people political skills make an impact on youth voting? Could be a great class discussion.