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Key: Snowden not welcome in NZ
As rumours surface that Edward Snowden may seek refuge in New Zealand, Prime Minister John Key insists the US govt whistleblower is not welcome.
US govt whisteblower revealed
"I understand that I will be made to suffer for my actions," says US whisteblower Edward Snowden, currently holed up in a Hong Kong hotel.
Tech giants deny US govt privacy probe
Microsoft, Google, Apple, Facebook, Yahoo and other US companies deny assisting US officials in collecting customer private data since 2007.
Microsoft marks Data Privacy Day with warning
Software giant commissions research into people's online privacy perceptions and expectations.
NZ ranks 7th in smartphone privacy risk
New research reveals when it comes to smartphone app use, New Zealand has been ranked 7th in the top 10 countries at risk of privacy exposure.
Facebook finalises 20-year privacy plan
The social networking site commits to government audits stretching 20 years after breaching privacy laws.
Xero's fear over gov privacy plans
Will the government’s proposal to access company data overseas infringe customer privacy?
Girls Around Me app 'like looking in the window': developer
As if there weren't enough reasons to update your privacy settings.
Google to begin collating user data tomorrow
Next step towards world domination, or just a way to target ads more effectively?
A guide to facebook’s timeline
By now you’ve probably been forced to get accustomed to Facebook’s new format – Timeline. Some people love it, some people hate it, and a lot of people still just don’t understand it!
The idea for this month’s blog came to me when I logged on to Facebook and noticed various people (friends of friends, but not people who I myself am friends with) commenting and "liking" photos I had uploaded.
Facebook facing 20 years of privacy audits
Federal Trade Commission issues strict warning, so what was Mark Zuckerberg’s response?
Law commission completes privacy review
Four key recommendations you need to know about.
GOOGLE UNDER INVESTIGATION FOR PRIVACY BLUNDER
The Police are now looking into the matter, via the National Cyber Crime Centre.