Te Piringa Faculty of Law News & Events
Te Piringa’s Dr Andelka Phillips’ work cited in New Zealand Privacy Commissioner’s latest blog - at home DNA tests are increasing in popularity, but they pose significant privacy risks and the industry has largely been unregulated to date.
Why New Zealand is ideally placed to broker a truce between China and the Five Eyes alliance (2 December 2020)
With tension escalating between China and members of the Five Eyes security alliance, most recently over a Chinese tweet that used a doctored image to attack Australia, New Zealand is arguably in a prime position to broker a kind of truce.
Devastated by disease in the past, Samoa is on high alert after recent coronavirus scares (26 November 2020)
Within minutes of news that crew members of the cargo ship Fesco Askold had tested positive for COVID-19, a social media storm broke across Samoa. COVID-free until then, the island nation’s anxiety was understandable. More so when you consider its history.
A Biden presidency might be better for NZ, but the big foreign policy challenges won’t disappear with Trump (29 October 2020)
The presidency of Donald Trump has been challenging for New Zealand’s foreign policy. Our commitment to multilateral solutions to global problems has run into a new isolationism in the United States.
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