Blog posts



16 May
A blog post from Ben Creet, Senior Issues Advisor at InternetNZ16 May 2016 Why are mobile security updates so hard? The US’s Federal Communication Commission (the FCC) has started to dig into mobile...
11 May
In Privacy Week, there’s a debate going on about publication of addresses and contact details as part of the registration of a .nz domain name. In this long post, InternetNZ Chief Executive Jordan...
9 May
It’s privacy week and the theme is “privacy in your hands.” We'll be attending a bunch of Privacy week events (I'm personally looking forward to Tuesday's talk about ransomware). So, with privacy on...
6 May
A blog post from Andrew Cushen, Work Programme Director at InternetNZ6 May 2016 Yesterday, the Government announced that they are providing $20 million over four years to fund the building of a...
2 May
A blog post from Jordan Carter, Chief Executive of InternetNZ2 May 2016 InternetNZ was founded in the 1990s with a purpose of being a voice for the Internet community. Under the global policy...
22 Apr
A blog post from Reg Hammond, Policy Consultant at InternetNZ22 April 2016 Review of the Telecommunications Act Following Communications Minister Amy Adams' high level policy statement on the future...
19 Apr
Welcome to another edition of the Issues Team blog! Today we’re all about information: how the Panama papers leaks were possible, how big Internet platforms decide what you can and can't see, and a...
18 Apr
A blog post from Jordan Carter, Chief Executive of InternetNZ18 April 2016 This post gives you a quick update on the progress of the accountability and global stewardship changes at ICANN, currently...
4 Apr
Kia ora koutou, This week us in the issues team have been thinking and talking about remote working (we are in two cities after all), open data, warrant canaries dying in the Internet mines and...
29 Mar
Kia ora koutou, Ben here with a short blog from the Issues team on some stories and developments that have caught our eye recently. Fixed vs Wireless broadband Bill Bennett did a couple of articles...