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New Zealand’s Privacy Laws w/ Associate Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Auckland and convenor of the NZ Privacy Foundation’s surveillance working group, Gehan Gunasekara: 7 February, 2024

New Zealand’s Privacy Laws w/ Associate Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Auckland and convenor of the NZ Privacy Foundation’s surveillance working group, Gehan Gunasekara: 7 February, 2024

New Zealand’s Privacy Laws w/ Associate Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Auckland and convenor of the NZ Privacy Foundation’s surveillance working group, Gehan Gunasekara: 7 February, 2024 New Zealand’s Privacy Laws w/ Associate Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Auckland and convenor of the NZ Privacy Foundation’s surveillance working group, Gehan Gunasekara: 7 February, 2024, 8.36 MB
Wednesday, February 7, 2024

When it comes to our privacy laws in Aotearoa, according to experts, we may be lacking behind.

News and Editorial Director, Jessica Hopkins, spoke to Associate Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Auckland and convenor of the NZ Privacy Foundation’s surveillance working group, Gehan Gunasekara, about why he believes we need to pressure politicians to keep our privacy laws current, especially concerning children.

She started off the interview by asking Gunasekara about his work with the Privacy Foundation’s surveillance working group.