Today InternetNZ - alongside 83 organisations and individuals from Five Eyes countries - signed onto an open letter asking government officials to defend strong encryption.
InternetNZ today welcomes the Government's terms of reference for a review of New Zealand copyright law.
This week the Five Eyes are meeting and according to public statements they will be discussing UK and Australian proposals to "do something" about encryption.
People ask me what APRICOT stands for a couple times a year or more. I spell out the acronym, and they tune out. It's a mouthful for sure! What's important is that it's a meeting meant for the people...
InternetNZ has begun analysing final decisions on the review of the Telecommunication Act announced by the Government today.
New Zealand’s leading tech organisations today released their manifesto of New Zealand’s Digital Future. The digital copy of the report has been sent to every member of parliament and to key...
InternetNZ is very pleased to see consumers of broadband and mobile services getting better value for money.
Over the past weekend, thousands of computers around the world were infected with a malicious piece of software called WannaCry. There is risk that this malware may continue to spread, or even...
Vodafone, Spark and 2degrees normally slug it out on a daily basis to deliver hotter prices, better value and more services to New Zealanders. It’s a fiercely competitive arrangement that has worked...
We partner with a number of organisations that share our vision for the Internet in New Zealand. We have recently expanded our partnerships and now work with six organisations that share our passion...