Blog Posts



13 Apr
Since the pre-Easter news that four big content companies (Mediaworks, TVNZ, Sky and Spark through Lightbox) were threatening legal action against ISPs offering services like GlobalMode, I’ve been...
7 Apr
Last week Sky TV, Spark, MediaWorks and TVNZ announced they were threatening to take legal action against those companies who sell or promote technology to let people more easily access (and pay for...
27 Mar
Exciting times ahead - New Zealand is the host of this year's Australia and New Zealand Internet Awards, the ANZIAs! The ANZIAs will be held on 27 August, in Auckland at St Matthews in the City. The...
20 Mar
Earlier this week, I presented to a group of 15 Parliamentarians, plus a couple of dozen staffers, at an event we co-sponsored called the Parliamentary Digital Bootcamp. This was an initiative that...
20 Mar
We invite guest posts on our InternetNZ blog from members. We do not necessarily endorse the position being taken, however we support open dialogue. This blog post comes from Vivian Chandra from...
18 Mar
Every year InternetNZ gives away money to a bunch of different people and organisations to improve the Internet and our use of it. We do it because our vision is for a better world through a better...
18 Mar
Network Neutrality, a much-used-and-abused term, talks about discrimination between types or sources of content (positive or negative) that is not to do with normal network load/demand management. It...
15 Mar
As part of our ongoing desire to provide a great membership to our ... err ... members, we're organising members meet-ups. Come along, talk about Internet issues, talk about InternetNZ, talk about...
4 Mar
During the last NZNOG meeting in Rotorua, Geoff Huston presented an interesting result from APNIC's continuous research in DNSSEC validation deployment in New Zealand: the country reached a level of...
3 Mar
This is a precis of InternetNZ member Stephanie Panzic's dissertation on the Harmful Digital Communications Bill. It is designed to stimulate discussion - it does not represent InternetNZ's position...