• Asia Pacific Privacy Authorities Meet in Mexico 

    Liddicoat, Joy
    The 46th Asia Pacific Privacy Authorities Forum (APPA) was hosted by the National Institute for Transparency, Access to Information and Personal Data Protection (INAI), in Manzanillo, Mexico, from 30 November to 2 December ...
  • Asian Privacy Scholars Network 5th International Conference 

    Liddicoat, Joy
    This article considers the 5th Asian Privacy Scholars Network (APSN) International Conference. The Conference encouraged privacy scholars from the Asia Pacific region to share research, ask difficult questions, push the ...
  • Australian and New Zealand Governments Agree to Proceed with the Joint Regulatory Agency for Therapeutic Products 

    Moore, Jennifer
    In 2011, the Australian and New Zealand governments announced their decision to proceed with a joint scheme for the regulation of therapeutic products such as medicines, medical devices and new medical interventions. ...
  • From Zeroines to Heroines: Transforming Debate About eVAW in New Zealand 

    Liddicoat, Joy
    This article is concerned with violence against women online, with a particular focus upon the “Roast Busters” scandal in New Zealand. The author considers the government response to this particular incident, along with ...
  • Including Privacy in a Modern Constitution 

    Liddicoat, Joy
    This article considers Sir Geoffrey Palmer and Dr Andrew Butler’s proposal for a modern constitution to be implemented in New Zealand. The author argues that, if there is to be a written constitution in New Zealand, a right ...
  • Internet Governance and ICANN: Reflections from Beijing. 

    Liddicoat, Joy
    This article concerns the 2013 meeting of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) in Beijing. The author discusses the issues raised at the meeting, such as the impact of ICANN presence in countries ...
  • Privacy and the Kiwi Summer Holiday 

    Liddicoat, Joy
    Internet connectivity is usually dependent on others. This article considers the privacy issues, including trust and security, that arise when accessing a foreign provider’s wifi connections while travelling. The author ...
  • Privacy in 2015: Timing is everything 

    Liddicoat, joy
    This article considers modern threats to privacy, including the Internet of Things, drones, dash cams, and credit reporting. The author argues that the best responses to these challenges have been, and will continue to be, ...