From cryptocurrency pyramid schemes to social media scams, Cook Islands residents face a constant stream of online hazards, but a new web-based resource aims to get the upper hand against the thieves and crooks who prey on the unsuspected.
Better information and communications technology (ICT) support and resources are needed by the Ministry of Justice in light of power cuts on Monday that affected court proceedings, the ministry’s Secretary says.
Twenty-two-year-old Nooroa Tuakeu had an opportunity of a lifetime, travelling from her home island Aitutaki to Manihiki, through her participation on the Climate Change Adaptation Funded PEARL Project.
Sending cash to the far corners of the country has long been a challenge for many Cook Islanders, but a new electronic service is offering residents a cheaper and faster way. Will they adopt this new technology?
Hackers have recently infiltrated the email system of a local company resulting in a multinational investigation to recoup funds, prompting a call by investigators for public awareness of suspicious activity and potential scams.
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