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22 Sep
InternetNZ is incredibly pleased to see Spark launch a new service - Spark Jump - that will help to increase digital inclusion in New Zealand. Spark will offer families at risk of digital exclusion...
19 Sep
The UK has just set up a National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), which is based in London, but is a business unit of the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), Britain's signals intelligence...
12 Sep
What do we have this week… New cables! Old email! Interest piqued? Read on.
9 Sep
The Internet creates lots of great opportunities for communication and for commerce - but that’s no good if you can’t get a good Internet service at a reasonable price. The government is currently...
8 Sep
InternetNZ welcomes the news that Chorus will allow its fibre users to access Gigabit speeds. Chorus' gigabit service will be in effect from October 2016, allowing download speeds of 1000Mbps and...
6 Sep
Every year we enter into strategic partnerships with organisations that align with our vision and goals. We work with these partners on a range of issues and provide funding so that they can keep...
5 Sep
A blog post from the InternetNZ issues team with cool things that caught their eye over the weekend. This week: hacking grandma, hacking exams, losing phone privileges and fighting trolls.
1 Sep
We are very excited to have Niels ten Oever visiting New Zealand next week. Niels is an international expert in human rights in a digital world, and is the Head of Digital at Article 19, an...
30 Aug
Five New Zealand businesses have received awards for excellence online at the Australia and New Zealand Internet Awards (ANZIA's) in Melbourne last night. The ANZIA's are an annual event, held...
29 Aug
A blog post from the InternetNZ issues team with cool things that caught their eye over the weekend. This week: open wifi, losing Melbourne and poor ethics in infosec.