Twitch broadcasts Christchurch terror attack video just after its parent company signs the Christchurch Call
Weeks after signing the 'Christchurch Call', an Amazon-owned service hosted footage of the Christchurch terror attack.
OPINION: Finally, we have data and analysis on homicide that puts a red ring around the most urgent social problems New Zealand faces.
A moment of rage by a new boyfriend took Charlotte Mcsorley's six-month-old daughter from her forever.
Supernanny-like social workers could all but live in the homes of troubled families, as part of a new plan to stem the flow of vulnerable children into state care. Katie Kenny and Blair Ensor examine the plan for The Homicide Report.
Ann Yesler was stabbed to death in her Auckland home in 2005. Her husband claimed he had no intention, or recollection, of killing her. This is their story, told publicly for the first time, by Katie Kenny for The Homicide Report.
Until their algorithms are made public, there won't be any real transparency from tech companies.
While New Zealand's homicide rate is relatively low, the country has some of the highest reported rates of family violence in the developed world. Experts say a warped sense of masculinity is partly to blame.
ANALYSIS: Our homicide rate is low by global standards. But that masks a series of deeply entrenched social issues behind killings.
US tech companies are a "starting point" for global efforts against terrorism online, Jacinda Ardern says
Jacinda Ardern's 'global summit' on online extremism appears to ignore some of the world's largest platforms.
"You have to find the threat": US cop says NZ Police's response to Christchurch shootings was impressive.
In a sea of hatred online, the alleged Christchurch gunman did not stand out to authorities. Why not?
Facebook hasn't improved its live-streaming service following Christchurch attacks, it tells Privacy Commissioner
The Privacy Commissioner asked if Facebook has improved its live-streaming service after the Christchurch terrorist attack. It hasn't.
The alleged Christchurch mosque shooter was not at all a lone wolf. He hung out in internet cesspits and was encouraged by other predator trolls.