Like others, I spent a fair bit of time on February 23 reacting to the decision by the Commerce Commission to deny clearance to the plans of Sky and Vodafone to merge their businesses in New Zealand.
The Conference Attendance grant recipients have now been confirmed and are excited to participate in conferences and events related to the development of the Internet in New Zealand.
InternetNZ has responded to this morning’s decision by the Commerce Commission to deny Commerce Act clearance for the proposed merger of Vodafone and Sky.
InternetNZ has advised the High Court it supports telecommunications companies’ requests to delay the proposed merger between Vodafone New Zealand and Sky Network Television by 36 hours, in the event...
InternetNZ granted Fabriko $3,500 toward a suite of laptops for delivering technology workshops to low decile schools and communities.
InternetNZ welcomes the Government’s announcement today on future broadband regulation. We think it will deliver the fair broadband prices Kiwis deserve
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.