Today is Safer Internet Day and it's being marked across the world. So many of us use the Internet on a daily basis - and 89% of Kiwis say the positives of using the Internet outweigh the negatives.
InternetNZ is delighted to see the second phase of the Ultra-Fast Broadband initiative (UFB2) is extending fibre to over 450,000 more New Zealanders.
This week we launched our private messaging media campaign, encouraging New Zealanders to use secure, private messaging apps. We’ve worked with Mohawk Media to make a great little video, an...
Many messaging apps are not as private and secure as people think. Every message sent could be read by service providers, advertisers and other organisations - an invasion of people's privacy rights.
Welcome to 2017! Last year I scored 7.5/10 for my predictions for the Internet in 2016 - what will it be like this year?
InternetNZ welcomes the report of the Australian Productivity Commission into intellectual property arrangements. “Our Australian neighbours are asking how they can enable and benefit from local...
InternetNZ welcomes the announcement of Kate McKenzie as the next Chief Executive of Chorus - to start in the job from February 2017. "The new Chief Executive will have big shoes to fill and we see...
InternetNZ has welcomed a new report showing Internet trends over the last nine years. The trends report has been released by the Auckland University of Technology and is a collation of the biennial...
Well, 2016. It's nearly done and hasn't it been an interesting one - no less for our Internet either! As I like to do at this time of year, let's run the ruler over the predictions we made this time...
The InternetNZ project grant round for 2016-17 was launched in July and we received 43 applications. After careful assessment by the InternetNZ Grants Committee and decision by InternetNZ Council, we...