Blog posts



11 Jul
11 July 2016 Over the last few days, the news has been full of articles about the Dallas police department using a robot to deliver, and detonate a bomb in order to end a standoff with an alleged...
7 Jul
Guest blog from George Michaelson, Senior R&D Scientist, APNIC7 July 2016 The need to move to IPv6 is something that ISPs have known about for many years. Despite this, adoption of IPv6 across...
6 Jul
Blog post from Nicole Skews-Poole, Community Programme Liaison at InternetNZ6 July 2016  Until midnight 28 August, we are taking applications for 'conference attendance' and 'community projects'...
4 Jul
Doing things this decade Before we get cracking into the articles and our goofball takes on them I wanted to talk about how the Issues team is trying to do things “this decade”. Our recent attempt at...
29 Jun
A blog post from Ben Creet, Issues Manager at InternetNZ30 June 2016  Today we launched ISP Spotlight - and boy am I proud of this product. We're comparing New Zealand ISPs on six things that we...
27 Jun
Kia ora koutou. Here’s the access, use and security stories that have caught our eyes over the last week.  Data centres getting smaller AND bigger So these stories got me thinking about data centres...
20 Jun
Kia ora koutou,Here’s our thoughts on some of the access, use and security stories that caught our eye over the last week. Keyboard for the blind acquired AND open source'ing? Fleksy is a mobile...
17 Jun
A blog post from James Ting-Edwards, Issues Advisor at InternetNZ17 June 2016 Every time you click “buy” online, you are trusting people to take your money, send what you’ve ordered, and protect...
13 Jun
Kia ora everybody, Here’s some stories that we’ve seen over the last week or so that have caught our eyes. We’re talking the future of the web, Internet protocols and a new report on national...
7 Jun
A blog post from Ben Creet, Senior Issues Advisor at InternetNZ7 June 2016 Kia ora koutou, Another blog with some articles that have caught the issues team's attention over the last week or so. ...