Blogs

Two weeks left to see The Southern Cross Cable: A Tour

Last year, artist Bronwyn Holloway-Smith delivered a fascinating talk at NetHui about her Doctoral research into the landing sites of the Southern Cross Cable.

Links and Thinks: Conscious Computing for Junk-free July

Today, Senior Policy Advisor James Ting-Edwards shares links and thinks about some of the modern Internet's problems and distractions, including whether the Internet is too centralised, Facebook's new moves to show how ads are being shared, how bad email security enabled house-buying fraud in Oz, and some steps to avoiding device distractions for junk-free July.

Links and thinks: censorship and a surveillance landmark in the US

Hi there Internet whānau, last week there were a couple of really interesting and thought provoking stories that came up. So, get a cuppa and let’s elucidate about censorship (bad), then dive into a recent US Supreme court case about unwarranted surveillance (bad, and under threat).

Links and Thinks: Sci-fi, raybans and SPAAAAACE

This week on the Internet, rich men want to go to space, while building sci-fi dystopias back on Earth. Also, sunglasses! Let's discuss.

Links and Thinks: AI, EU and you

AI, it's so hot right now even Hansel doesn't stand a chance. There's been plenty of media

InternetNZ - new leadership team complete

I'm pleased to welcome Catherine Fenwick and David Morrison who complete our senior leadership team in the newly merged InternetNZ.

The GDPR and the .nz domain name space

GDPR, like New Zealand’s Privacy Act, aims to protect the fundamental right

Solving Digital Divides Together

This week we launched our latest Position Paper, "Solving Digital Divides Together". Policy Director Ellen Strickland looks at why we are talking about digital divides, and where InternetNZ wants to go next.