What to do if a border agent demands access to your device

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University of Wollongong professor Katina Michael discusses what to do if a border agent demands access to your digital device. It comes after Customs NZ clarified rules in which officers can demand a 'digital strip-search'.

Citation: Katina Michael with Wendyl Nissen, October 11, 2018, “What to do if a border agent demands access to your device”, RadioNZLive: The Long Lunch https://www.radiolive.co.nz/home/on-demand/long-lunch/2018/10/the-long-lunch--in-case-you-missed-thursday--111018.html

In My Mind

Today’s woman is sold on the idea you can have it all. But this has transformed into an expectation; you must do it all. These unhealthy expectations driving an anxiety epidemic are explored in this new series from Attitude Pictures. 'In My Mind' is a ground-breaking four-part television series that will premiere on TVNZ 1 Sunday 16th July at 8:30am, and available to watch internationally on our website AttitudeLive.com

Via raw and honest interviews with New Zealand and Australian women of all ages, alongside expert opinion, this four-part series delves into stress, anxiety and mental health. Directed by four Kiwi female directors, each episode focuses on a different catalyst including social media addiction, the challenges of motherhood, body image and burnout as well as techniques to live in these increasingly challenging times.

Can an app help curb your social media addiction?

According to Wollongong University’s Professor Katina Michael, who specialises in online addiction, the AntiSocial app is exciting.

“I have been working within the social implications of technology space for 20 years and this is the first of its kind,” she says.

“It exists to help people be mindful of their phone usage and hopefully it will encourage people to reflect on their personal goals and patterns of interaction with others in their physical surrounds,” Michael says.

“If Fitbit’s are the answer to improving our physical health, AntiSocial is the app for our mental health,” she pips.

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Biometric Borders on Radio New Zealand (The Panel)

The Panel with Niki Bezzant and Peter Elliott (Part 2) and Producer Julie Moffett. 4.44pm. 26/01/17

More here: 

http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/thepanel/audio/201830922/biometric-borders