It’s been seven weeks since the Christchurch Call was made from Paris, led by Prime Minister Ardern, committing tech companies and governments to address terrorism and violent extremism online. From...
The first in a series of posts about our efforts to grow and diversify revenue that enables us to better help New Zealanders harness the power of the Internet.
Congratulations to the seven successful conference attendance grant recipients.
An update on InternetNZ’s work on the Christchurch Call, and what happens next.
Happy Privacy Awareness Week for 2019. This year’s theme is Protecting privacy is everyone's responsibility.
Christchurch Call outcome is a vital first step in addressing terrorism and violent extremism online
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...
We are thrilled to fund so many deserving projects helping us on our journey toward bridging digital divides in New Zealand.
InternetNZ Policy Director Ellen Strickland applauds the contribution of this research on the complex issues around democracy and the Internet and the recommendations in both reports to embrace an...
The “Christchurch Call’ meeting is being held in Paris on 15 May 2019. With this important conversation happening, we’ve been thinking about how we can help as many voices be heard as possible in...
InternetNZ is excited to see Minister Wood's announcement today of "The Digital Inclusion Blueprint – Te Mahere mō te Whakaurunga Matihiko." This is the Government's plan to tackle digital exclusion...