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Further resources

Complaintline - Not sure who to ask for help? In New Zealand there are a wide range of agencies providing dispute investigation services and/or enforcement of consumer protection legislation. Complaintline has a list of organisations that people can complain to and a summary of their roles.

CERT NZ is your first port of call when you need to report a cyber security problem. This government agency support businesses, organisations and individuals affected by cyber security incidents, and provide trusted and authoritative information and advice.

Human Rights Commission

Independent Police Conduct Authority

Law Commission - The Law Commission has carried out a wide-ranging review of privacy law in New Zealand. The review was in four stages, and covered privacy values, technological change and international trends, and their implications for NZ law; the law relating to public registers; the adequacy of civil and criminal law to deal with invasions of privacy; and a review of the Privacy Act 1993.

New Zealand Government

New Zealand Law Society

New Zealand Legal Information Institute (NZLII) - Free access to 54 databases of NZ law covering case law, courts and cases, legislation and much more.

Office of the Ombudsmen

Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security

Privacy Officers' Round Table