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PUBLIC ADDRESS 30/10/09 - Your lounge toy is looking at you

Discussion: Uncivil Rights
Posted at 11:12AM on 30 Oct 09

The police will be able to take DNA samples from people they "intend" to arrest, even though the Attorney General himself thinks it's incompatible with the Bill of Rights. A range of agencies have new search and surveillance powers. And a new asset seizure measure reverses the burden of proof. Did something just happen there?,2179,

New Lounge Toy Update | Oct 30, 2009 10:56
Russell Brown's Hard News

It was press day for TiVo yesterday, ahead of the New Zealand TiVo launch next Friday, and the emphasis was on features beyond its role as a twin-tuner Freeview recorder. Which isn't surprising, because the breadth of features is really this thing's major selling point. TiVo's...

Mo' Better Reason | Oct 29, 2009 13:05
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Two big things happen this Sunday. The first is that I'm going to attempt my first long-distance run. It's "only a half" marathon, but for someone who absolutely detested running at school - I was so slow that growing up in Singapore, sweltering runs down to the swimming pool were...

How you wear it | Oct 27, 2009 15:57
Hadyn Green yells. A lot.

We are in that time of year when the months take on new personas. Currently we are "moshing" our way through Rocktober and soon (very soon in fact) we will be entering Movember. Movember being that time when gentlemen wager each other on their ability to grow and maintain

White in Brighton | Oct 27, 2009 14:19
Emma Hart is sometimes a bit sarky.

A "white pride" group, Right Wing Resistance (RWR), claims to be patrolling New Brighton streets that "the police and the system has all but given up on". Come in, come in, have a seat. Now, you can rest assured, this is a safe place. There'll be nobody judging you, we...


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