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Things look up for Periscope
Things look up for Periscope

There's something about election campaigns that makes us more doubtful of the information put in front of us. Last week…

Why was this photo censored?

The images aim to demystify and destigmatise the female body - to make viewers "realise these are just regular, normal processes,"…

Bare breasts in solidarity

#FreeTheNipple: Women in Iceland bare breasts in solidarity with trolled student. Activists argue women's breasts shouldn't…

Hackers vow to wreak 'electronic holocaust' on Israel

Anonymous has vowed to wreak an "electronic holocaust" on Israel next week to "erase" the country from cyberspace.

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'Backdoor' TV show access threat 'Backdoor' TV show access threat

Spark, MediaWorks, SKY and TVNZ have fired a warning…

Forestry industry to trial drones Forestry industry to trial drones

Forestry crown research institute Scion will next…

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Cafe blamed for truancy
Cafe blamed for truancy

An internet cafe owner has been criticised by police for a lack of "social responsibility" for allowing a schoolboy to play…

Teacher: 'U shw me first'
Teacher: 'U shw me first'

A teacher has denied sending photos of his penis to a 16-year-old student, but admitted sending inappropriate messages…

Sex-romp woman moves home
Sex-romp woman moves home

The female office worker caught in a high-profile sex romp with the lights on has moved back to her native England.

Online risks raising parents' stress
Online risks raising parents' stress

The hidden dangers of the online world are a growing concern among parents, as screens of all shapes and sizes become a…

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Maire Leadbeater: Spying hypocrisy undermines security
Maire Leadbeater: Spying hypocrisy undermines security

The latest Edward Snowden file spying revelations is a grievous abuse of power that should call into…

Is your child safe online?

The hidden dangers of the online world is a growing concern among parents as multiple screens become a regular feature of…

World's hottest maths teacher?

A former lecturer has been branded the "world's hottest maths teacher" after students discovered he is also a fashion model…

Don't be afraid of the big, bad Google

Remember when everyone used to be scared of Microsoft and the hammerlock it seemed to have on the entire computing business?…

Brazil demands an explanation from NZ
Brazil demands an explanation from NZ

Brazil has demanded an explanation from New Zealand after reports New Zealand's foreign intelligence…

EU probes e-commerce in bid to wipe out competition barriers

After four years probing Google's grip on the Internet search market, European Union antitrust regulators set their sights…

Is the internet giving us all ADHD?

It's no secret that the internet presents a bevy of distractions. Many of us have grudgingly accepted perpetual scatterbrain…

Stores still appeal in an online world

Online retail is a growing trend but a new survey shows younger consumers still want the experience of a store.

Spying inquiry a 'good thing' - Key

An inquiry into NZ’s electronic surveillance agency has been launched, and Prime Minister John Key says he has "absolutely…

Woman posts Facebook ad offering men $700 to get her pregnant
Woman posts Facebook ad offering men $700 to get her pregnant

"Meeting men is not a problem. Meeting one who wants a baby is. So, rather than wasting my time on a…

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