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This paper examines the effects of some of these changes and makes recommendations to address them.
Censorship in New Zealand is governed by the Films, Videos, and Publications Classification Act 1993 (the Classification Act) and associated regulations.
This cyber safety workshop is being delivered via Senior Net Nelson Senior Net are located at Pioneer Park, Hastings Road, Nelson.
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The Act gives the Classification Office power to examine and classify a wide range of “publications”, including films, videos, computer games, books, magazines, T-shirts and computer files.
Television is excluded from the ambit of the Classification Act and is governed by the Broadcasting Act 1989.
The Classification Act established a single Office of Film and Literature Classification (the Classification Office), which opened on 1 October 1994 and replaced the Indecent Publications Tribunal, Chief Censor of Films and the Video Recordings Authority.
70% of New Zealand adults have been the targets of some form of cyber crime, with the most common complaints being computer scams, fraud and viruses/malware.
New Zealanders are frequently the targets of international scams and fraud attempts, losing up to 0 million annually due to scams help the attendee develop both the understandings and the skills required to use the Internet appropriately in order to reduce the chances for harm to them and their family.
The Internet has made it easy for people to access a huge range of information from all over the world from their personal computers.
While this has had undoubted benefits, it has also made objectionable material more readily available in New Zealand than ever before.