Huawei: Guilty even if proven innocent?

Huawei has been in the news rather a lot lately with the United States urging it allies to stop buying it’s equipment, the GCSB rejecting Sparks bid to use it on the rollout of the New Zealand 5G network, Google banning apps from its phones, and on and on. The problem with this is that […]

Data privacy allows for freedom of thought and speech

In much of the world world it is assumed that people should have some freedom of thought and speech. In New Zealand these are expressed in section thirteen and fourteen of the Bill of Rights Act 1990. Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience, religion, and belief, including the right to adopt and […]