The Inspector-General of Intelligence Services has published a report into the NZ SIS’s use of security camera surveillance in Auckland. … Keep reading “SIS had access to Auckland city cameras”
Video from our Facial Recognition and Human Rights panel discussion on 2021/02/23 featuring:
- Dr Marcin Betkier, Law lecturer, co-author of
The New Zealand Government should not be helping Facebook to spy on New Zealanders. Yet by including Facebook supplied tracking … Keep reading “Media release: NZ Government enabling Facebook spying on New Zealanders”
The Council supports the right to protest. The Council was founded in response to the 1951 Waterfront Lockout. While our … Keep reading “Submission: Contraception, Sterilisation, and Abortion (Safe Areas) Amendment Bill”
Following up from our written submission, we also made an oral submission to the Governance & Administration Select Committee. … Keep reading “Submission: Oral re Internet Censorship (FVPC Amendment Bill)”
NZCCL chairperson Thomas Beagle was a panellist with David Hood on the Pulse of a Nation session at the New … Keep reading “Video: Pulse of a Nation at New Echo Systems”
Transparency International and the PSA are hosting a discussion of the proposed changes to New Zealand's whistleblowing laws.
… Keep reading “Webinar: Top of the world – but is this real?”
The National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Otago is hosting New Ec(h)o systems: Democracy in … Keep reading “New Ec(h)o systems: Democracy in the Age of Social Media”
The Council supports the Protected Disclosures (Protection of Whistleblowers) Bill and makes suggestions to strengthen it.
The ability to ‘blow … Keep reading “Submission: Protected Disclosures”
The Council opposes the Firearms Prohibition Orders (No 2) bill. The Council continues to oppose all legislation which misrepresents … Keep reading “Submission: Firearms Prohibition Orders”
Join our expert panel lead by our Chairperson Thomas Beagle for a discussion of the impact of facial recognition on … Keep reading “Panel: Facial Recognition & Human Rights”
We are disappointed that the government recently passed a law that would have been highly contentious if it hadn’t been … Keep reading “Urgency and overreach is not democracy”