There are a number of .nz policies - all of which are listed below. InternetNZ is responsible for developing these policies, and DNCL is responsible for their regulation.
- Policy Development Process
- Principles and Responsibilities
- Operations and Procedures (this includes interim policy - in bold - put in place 16 April 2019)
- Dispute Resolution Service
Archived and expired versions of all the .nz policies and procedures can be found on the DNCL website: Archived .nz policies
For any queries rearding the .nz policy framework, please contact our policy team at firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a .nz policy committee that leads work on InternetNZ’s responsibility for the overall framework of operation for the .nz ccTLD. Information about the committee including responsibilities and meeting dates can be found below.
We are undertaking a review of the policies related to the .nz domain name space. The domain name space is a vital component of the Internet — making it easy for people to connect.
We are now appointing an Advisory Panel to help us review the policies related to the .nz domain. The Panel will explore a range of important issues and ways we might solve them together.
The panel will be doing public consultations in order to get feedback from the tech sector and wider public. Keep an eye out for your chance to have your say over the coming months.