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    Encryption bill could have 'catastrophic' outcomes for Australian business, industry leaders warn
     30 November 2018
    The Australian tech industry comes out swinging, with leaders warning a parliamentary committee that the Government's proposed encryption bill could have dire consequences including job losses and a reduction in exports.
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    Chinese company LinkSure hopes to deliver free worldwide satellite internet by 2026
    30 Nov: With its 272-satellite plan, LinkSure Network says it can bridge the digital divide and offer free internet that spans the entire globe — with the first satellite to launch next year.... more
    London scooter crime sees Met Police release video of officers knocking riders off bikes at high speed
    24 Nov: In response to a spate of scooter crimes in London — including bag snatching and mobile phone theft — Scotland Yard releases a video showing officers shunting riders off their bikes, even at high speed, in a bid to deter would-be criminals.... more
    A cash offer for someone to stand against Wellington's Mayor Justin Lester in the next election
    22 Nov: A cash offer for someone to stand against Wellington's Mayor Justin Lester in the next election... more
    Blue light at night can disrupt your body clock, but it's not all bad
    15 Nov: You may have heard that too much screen time in the evening is a bad for you, and it's true the blue light emitted by devices like phones and tablets can disturb your sleep. But blue light is not all bad.... more
    Japanese minister in charge of cyber security laws admits he rarely uses computers
    15 Nov: Yoshitaka Sakurada admits during a parliamentary committee hearing that he does not often "touch a computer", despite being handed the responsibility of revising key cyber security laws in Japan.... more
    Horowhenua District Council's been told to apologise to Mayor Michael Feyen and four others for blocking their emails for six years
    12 Nov: Horowhenua District Council's been told to apologise to Mayor Michael Feyen and four others for blocking their emails for six years... more
    The Automobile Association and its members are welcoming the trial of two high-tech speed cameras in Auckland
    5 Nov: The Automobile Association and its members are welcoming the trial of two high-tech speed cameras in Auckland... more
    New high-tech "point to point" speed cameras will be tested in the Waterview Tunnel and on a section of the Southern Motorway before the Government decides whether to roll them out around the country
    5 Nov: New high-tech "point to point" speed cameras will be tested in the Waterview Tunnel and on a section of the Southern Motorway before the Government decides whether to roll them out around the country... more
    Scientists have successfully placed high-tech instruments along the East Coast seafloor to record the earth's rumbles at New Zealand's largest fault line
    26 Oct: Scientists have successfully placed high-tech instruments along the East Coast seafloor to record the earth's rumbles at New Zealand's largest fault line... more

     Most Popular Recent Technology News
     12 Nov: Horowhenua District Council's been told to apologise to Mayor Michael Feyen and four others for blocking their emails for six years +++++++++++++++++++++++++
     15 Nov: Blue light at night can disrupt your body clock, but it's not all bad +++++++++++++++++++++++
     15 Nov: Japanese minister in charge of cyber security laws admits he rarely uses computers ++++++++++++++++++++++
     22 Nov: A cash offer for someone to stand against Wellington's Mayor Justin Lester in the next election ++++++++++++++++
     24 Nov: London scooter crime sees Met Police release video of officers knocking riders off bikes at high speed ++++++++++++++
     30 Nov: Encryption bill could have 'catastrophic' outcomes for Australian business, industry leaders warn ++++++++
     30 Nov: Chinese company LinkSure hopes to deliver free worldwide satellite internet by 2026 +++++++

     Technology NewsLinks
      8 Dec: Europe should be wary of huawei, eu tech official says (RadioNZ)
      8 Dec: Technology companies lead slide in us stocks; oil rising (NZ Herald)
      8 Dec: Australian leader says cybersecurity laws urgently needed (NZ Herald)
      7 Dec: Cyber-plant drives towards light - and other tech news (BBCWorld)
      7 Dec: Blind woman develops technology to help visually impaired (RadioNZ)
      7 Dec: Large tech companies and banks square off with 'open banking' (RadioNZ)
      7 Dec: Us tech executives warned against china travel after huawei cfo is arrested (Stuff.co.nz)
      7 Dec: How major us stock indexes fared friday (NZ Herald)
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