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New Zealand telecom law reform has plenty to consider

The New Zealand Government has given telecommunications users plenty to chew on with its discussion paper towards reform of the Telecommunication Act 2001 released this month.

Hacker evidence could be accepted in New Zealand courts

A bill likely to be introduced to New Zealand's Parliament early next year will clarify the legal status of evidence of an offense gained by hacking, as well as other evidence collected through illegal acts.

New Zealand must compete for IT-migrants, says ITANZ

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New Zealand needs to start on RFID

New Zealand has been slow to move into the use of radio frequency identification (RFID) tags in the supply chain, and is in danger of missing a crucial takeoff of the technology over the next year, says Peter Stevens, head of the local branch of the international article-numbering organization, EAN.

AT&T lands US$9M NZ government network deal

After seven months' negotiation since being declared "preferred" supplier, AT&T Corp. has finally signed a contract to provide combined international networking for three major New Zealand government agencies

AT&T lands $9M NZ government network deal

After seven months negotiation since being declared "preferred" supplier, AT&T Corp. has finally signed a contract to provide combined international networking for three major New Zealand government agencies

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