It’s been over six months since the Christchurch mosque attacks, and four months since the Christchurch Call was made. Tomorrow, there will be a meeting alongside the United Nations General Assembly...
To what extent do human rights compete with other important concepts such as an open internet, and how should they be prioritised or regulated?
At the end of July, the Australian competition regulator published the final report of its inquiry into Digital Platforms. The Australian Government is seeking input on the recommendations it...
A guest blog from Sue Chetwin: I recently chaired the first meeting of the .nz Advisory Panel – we’re reviewing the policies that regulate the New Zealand domain name space on the Internet to ensure...
I am excited to share that we have two new team members joining InternetNZ
Back in April, I wrote about a couple of new roles we were creating to help with our vision of an Internet that is open, secure and for all New Zealanders.
InternetNZ held its Annual General Meeting last night, and our members elected two Councillors for a three-year term.
Over the next year, we’re undertaking an important review of the policies related to the .nz domain name space. How .nz works affects almost all Kiwis in one way or another.
Last week Dr Ellen Strickland blogged about how InternetNZ has been engaging with the Christchurch Call. Here in the Policy team, we’re a part of that work and we wanted to follow up Ellen’s blog...
It’s been seven weeks since the Christchurch Call was made from Paris, led by Prime Minister Ardern, committing tech companies and governments to address terrorism and violent extremism online. From...