New Zealanders’ privacy is increasingly threatened by breaches online. With people sharing personal information in more places, it’s more important than ever that our 25-year-old privacy law gets the...
InternetNZ is worried the Government may take up recommendations that could sacrifice the online security of all New Zealanders. A broader debate is needed than one led by law enforcement.
Join the discussion. We will use your input to inform our work, and put out a report later this year.
Filtering porn out of the Internet is back in the news again. To cut to the chase - don’t break the Internet in response to moral outrage about porn. There are other answers and solutions; the most...
Last night we held the 2018 InternetNZ AGM. I was very honoured to announce and acknowledge four outstanding people who we made Fellows of InternetNZ.
Today we are releasing our first digital annual report.
We have a new cable crossing the Pacific, and a news story about New Zealanders who can't connect at the other end. Working under time pressure, will California lawmakers bridge their privacy divide...
NewsHub has put out a report on cyberattacks affecting our DHBs. We take a look at how the DHB has presented the threat, and talk about how we can better equip our businesses and our workforce to...
Last year, artist Bronwyn Holloway-Smith delivered a fascinating talk at NetHui about her Doctoral research into the landing sites of the Southern Cross Cable.