An Otago University digital expert says Māori and minority groups should have been consulted over a new code of conduct signed by Tik Tok, YouTube, Facebook and Instagram, which will make them more
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PM: Online abuse has become worse but it can get better
Social media platforms have made significant changes in recent years to combat harmful communication, but Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says more needs to be done and, just as importantly, individu
Te Ao with Moana, Series 3 Episode 26
Scammer or Scammed? A warning tale to those falling in love online.
How to keep tamariki safe online- research into parents’ knowledge
Netsafe's latest research reveals a mismatch between parents' awareness and their children's experiences of upsetting online content.
Funding boost to tackle harmful online content
Approximately 7 in 10 teens in New Zealand have experienced at least some type of unwanted digital communication over the past year. Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martin announced a funding boost today aimed at tackling harmful content online which will include establishing a dedicated team to find, stop and prosecute online offenders. It is modeled on the successful unit that deals with child sexual exploitation material.
Exploring identity as 'taonga' in the digital space
How can Māori individuals and organisations protect their identity and information in the digital era? These are the issues being explored at the Identity Conference held at Te Papa in Wellington.
Have you been cyber-scammed?
13,000 instances of online scams and $33mil in losses were reported to NetSafe by New Zealanders last year. Total losses have tripled since 2017.