News and events


19 Jul
Blog by Ben Creet - Policy Manager (on behalf of the policy team) Last week Dr Ellen Strickland blogged about how InternetNZ has been engaging with the Christchurch Call. Here in the Policy team,...
5 Jul
4 July 2019 Blog by Dr. Ellen Strickland, Chief Advisor, International It’s been nearly two months since the Christchurch Call was made from Paris, led by Prime Minister Ardern, committing tech...
20 Jun
20 June 2019 A blog post by David Morrison, InternetNZ Commercial Director Come on a journey with us Welcome to the first in a series of posts about our efforts to grow and diversify revenue that...
11 Jun
11 June 2019A blog post by Vanisa Dhiru, InternetNZ Community Manager InternetNZ’s purpose is to help New Zealanders harness the power of the Internet. We are thrilled to enable New Zealanders to...
17 May
This blog post is written at the end of a rather hectic, but important, week here in Paris for the Christchurch Call. This week is itself the end of many weeks of intense work to bring the...
16 May
16 May 2019 A blog post by Brent Carey, Domain Name Commissioner Happy Privacy Awareness Week for 2019. This year’s theme is Protecting privacy is everyone's responsibility. I can’t think of a...
16 May
InternetNZ is pleased with the outcome of today’s Christchurch Call summit in Paris and welcomes the commitment to action by key tech companies and governments to address terrorism and violent...
9 May
9 May 2019A blog post by Vanisa Dhiru, Community ManagerInternetNZ’s purpose is to help New Zealanders harness the power of the Internet. Through our funding round, we empower communities to...
8 May
8 May 2019 InternetNZ welcomes the release of the report Digital threats to democracy, which identifies and explores some of the biggest threats posed to democracy by digital media. Alongside this...
7 May
7 May 2019 Blog by Ellen Strickland, Policy Director The “Christchurch Call’ meeting is being held in Paris on 15 May 2019. It aims to “bring together countries and tech companies in an attempt to...