Blog posts


4 Oct
Eighteen years after the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) was founded, the contractual apron strings between ICANN and the United States government finally expired over the...
3 Oct
Does anyone need Gigabit fibre in 2016? The launch of blazing-fast fibre services has met skepticism, with journalists asking “does anyone need this?” Well, some experts are convinced you do, and I...
3 Oct
Kia ora koutou, welcome to another issues team roundup blog in which we highlight a selection of the access, use and security stories that have caught our eye recently. This blog includes the...
26 Sep
Last week we spotted a story saying that given current trends we were on track for 1 Billion account compromises in 2016. Next minute...Yahoo announces that back in 2014 they lost at least half that...
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...
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...