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

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Tagging in — a project to support social media admins and moderators

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May 03

Tagging in — a project to support social media admins and moderators

A blog about the creation of a resource that supports social media admins and moderators. 

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Familiar dynamics in climate change disinformation

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April 04

Familiar dynamics in climate change disinformation

The tactics and messages we’re seeing from those spreading disinformation after Cyclone Gabrielle are not new; they’re just being applied to a new event.

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March 16

Internet insights research out now

March 07

Internet insights research out now

New research out now. It outlines how New Zealanders use the Internet, what we think the benefits are and what our greatest concerns are. 

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Minor amendments to the .nz Rules

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March 03

Minor amendments to the .nz Rules

We are tidying up the .nz Rules, based on the feedback we received. The amendments will come into effect on 31 March. 

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Awhi Matihiko - digital equity initiative renewed

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December 13

Awhi Matihiko - digital equity initiative renewed

After a successful pilot, Awhi Matihiko has been extended!

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New grant open

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December 07

New grant open

We have $230,000 in total for this grant round. Up to $10,000 is available per project. The grant will close when all funding is distributed or on 31 March 2023.

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December 06

Get into Games Aotearoa, the Mātauranga Wero Hanga edition

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November 29

Get into Games Aotearoa, the Mātauranga Wero Hanga edition

We are excited to be supporting Māori development within the tech industry, by sponsoring Te Papatipu Matihiko to run Mātauranga Wero Hanga 2022.

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November 24

Independent systemic racism review

We undertook an independent review to discover any systemic racism within InternetNZ so that we can do better for Māori and underrepresented communities. 

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