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'It's a breach': vax pass data storage concerning for Māori

Henry Burrell
Thu, 02 Dec 2021

'It's a breach': vax pass data storage concerning for Māori
Karaitiana Tairuru says government has not done enough to disclose where vaccine data is stored. (Image: supplied)
Henry Burrell
Thu, 02 Dec 2021
New Zealand’s vaccine passes run on an IT system that stores personal data overseas, a move a Māori data sovereignty expert says is adding to mistrust of government.Māori academic Karaitiana Taiuru also told BusinessDesk he is concerned about low awareness of vaccine passes in Māori communities across Aotearoa. “In the last few days, I've spoken to numerous Māori groups, and people just haven't heard of it. They don't know what to do. So, there's obviously some miscommunication,” he said.“I was talki...

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