Blogs

Top 10 predictions for 2015 - how did we do?

Andrew-CushenA blog post from Andrew Cushen, Work Programme Director at InternetNZ
15 December 2015

Issues Roundup: Have a secure Christmas

James-Ting-EdwardsA blog post from James Ting-Edwards, Issues Advisor at InternetNZ
7 December 2015

Hi everyone,

Issues Round-up: Copyright, Ransomware, iPredict

Issues Round-up: Copyright, Ransomware, iPredict

James-Ting-EdwardsWelcome once again to our weekly roundup blog! A blog post from James Ting-Edwards
2 December 2015

Four Taranaki schools award digital creativity

Nicole Skews-PooleA blog post from Nicole Skews-Poole, Community Programme Liaison at InternetNZ
26 November 2015

www.govt.nz great example of user-friendly and innovative site

Megan BartrumA blog post from Megan Bartrum, Communications Lead at InternetNZ
25 November 2015

I am writing this blog post to share a great story of a website that is proving successful and exceeding expectations – www.govt.nz. In August, this website took out the top prize in the 'information category' of the Australia and New Zealand Internet Awards – ANZIAs for short.

Digital rights, privacy & power-by-wifi

Ben Creet

A blog post from Ben Creet, Senior Issues Advisor at InternetNZ
23 November 2015

Hi everyone. Monday!

That means it’s time for a short blog from us at the Issues team, this time curated by your local friendly neighbourhood Creeture. Here’s a couple things we’ve seen or been thinking about recently and a heads-up on what we’ll be focussing on this week. 

The TL;DR guide to Telco Act Review submissions

A blog post from Andrew Cushen, Work Programme Director at InternetNZ
20 November 2015

Andrew Cushen

Earlier this week, MBIE published the 43 submissions received on the Telecommunications Act review. There’s a lot of reading, for your pleasure, right here:

What is this Eye Gee Eff thing?

Ben Creet

A blog post from Ben Creet, Senior Issues Advisor at InternetNZ
20 November 2015

Last week I attended the Internet Governance Forum (the IGF for short), a multi-stakeholder forum administered by the UN. The IGF is held every year and this year it was in Joao Pessoa, Brazil. It’s essentially the larger, global version of NetHui (NetHui is our ‘national IGF’)

Terrorism, the Internet and encryption

A blog post from Andrew Cushen, Work Programme Director at InternetNZ
17 November 2015

IGF underway in Brasil

EllenA blog post from Ellen Stickland, Community Programme Director at InternetNZ
11 November 2015

The 10th annual Internet Governance Forum (IGF) is officially underway in Joao Pessoa, Brasil, with the official opening ceremony having just taken place.  The IGF is a multistakeholder, democratic and transparent forum which facilitates discussions on Internet issues. You can read more about the history and purpose of the IGF here: