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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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April 13

Grants announcement — community grants that help to minimise online harms

We're excited to announce the recipients of our latest on-demand grant round — Gender Minorities Aotearoa, Manukau Institute of Technology, and Lady Khadija Trust.

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April 13

Grants announcement — an Internet that benefits

We're excited to announce the recipients of our latest on-demand grant round — Courageous Conversation Aotearoa Foundation, Inclusive Aotearoa Collective Tāhono, Canterbury Muslim Community Trust, and Humanity Matters New Zealand.

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Blog

April 06

.nz, harmful content, and how we make the system work

We are part of a community in Aotearoa that is painfully aware of how the landscape on these issues has become more challenging over the last few years — particularly due to some websites in circulation online at the moment. 

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April 06

Fostering belonging and inclusion online

ActionStation is an independent community campaigning organisation with a mission to tautoko (support) and whakamana (uplift) New Zealanders to act together in powerful and coordinated ways to create what we cannot achieve on our own. 

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InternetNZ grant changes

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March 30

InternetNZ grant changes

InternetNZ uses the profits from the sale of .nz domain names to distribute funding to the community. We have distributed funding through a range of partnerships and contestable grant rounds, but our approach has gradually shifted over the years.

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Brent Carey leaving Domain Name Commission to become Netsafe CEO

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March 22

Brent Carey leaving Domain Name Commission to become Netsafe CEO

Brent Carey is stepping down as the Domain Name Commissioner to become the CEO of Netsafe.

 

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Algorithmic audits: an accountants view

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March 15

Algorithmic audits: an accountants view

This guest blog explores how an independent 'audit' could provide a mechanism to assess algorithm harms. It uses the financial auditing process as an example of how an algorithm audit infrastructure might be established. 

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Blog

March 15

How do we stop misinformation being a superspreader?

There is a dark side of having New Zealanders connected to social media platforms with the ability to hear from and speak to thousands. That dark side is the creation and spread of both mis and disinformation online.

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DIGIFALE – an intergenerational approach to improving digital inclusion

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March 08

DIGIFALE – an intergenerational approach to improving digital inclusion

In April 2020 as COVID-19 caused communities to lockdown, DIGIFALE started within a Niue community in Mangere, South Auckland. An increased reliance on technology and the internet meant support was needed.

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Media release

March 03

InternetNZ Chief Executive Jordan Carter signals departure mid year

After nine incredibly fulfilling years in the role and much progress on important issues, it’s the right time in my life to explore new opportunities, Carter says.

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