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Keep up-to-date with the latest news and updates from InternetNZ. The digital landscape changes quickly, and we're here to help you make sense of it.

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March 03

COVID-19 changing the way we see the Internet

Research released this week shows some interesting stats about how the Internet is helping us carry on — but it also highlights some alarming concerns.

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Media release

March 01

Media release

March 01

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February 23

Research: gaming addiction and phishing

We have some highlights from published research that InternetNZ has funded.

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February 15

New grants announcement 2020/21 - digital inclusion initiatives and research

We’re thrilled to announce our latest grantees. Approximately $275,000 was given out, with eligible initiatives expected to address digital inclusion through motivation, access, skills or trust.

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February 15

Insurrection and the Internet

On 6 January 2021, a crowd of Trump supporters broke into the US Capitol building. This blog looks at the online response, including the decisions by Facebook and Twitter to remove Trump from their services. 

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February 05

Multi-lingual access for Auckland Museum's Online Collections

In 2020 we funded a range of projects and we are delighted to share the great mahi of Auckland War Memorial Museum.

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January 26

Voice activated technology making a difference

We fund a broad range of initiatives in order to help people harness the power of the Internet. We are really happy that we could support Blind Low Vision NZ to help more people to get online.

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January 18

What’s in store for the Internet this year?

This year, we have a prediction from our six of our experts. So what do you think? Who’s prediction is a shoo-in?

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December 21

COVID-19, New Zealand and .nz: a view of domain registration changes

In 2020 people and businesses were challenged on the way to keep interacting, cooperating and reaching each other. In many cases, the disruption led to a move online...

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