Blog posts



30 Oct
Part of our work at InternetNZ is to link up local Internet issues with what’s happening overseas. This month, my own small part of that was to cross the ditch and join our Aussie cousins at auIGF...
21 Oct
It's been a wee while since I blogged, but I thought I would share with you all the comments I made today at the (to use the full formal title) 52nd Meeting of the APEC Telecommunications and...
20 Oct
I have said before that things always seem to happen in threes, and so it is again. A month or so ago, the Minister of Communications, Amy Adams, released a discussion document on a review of the...
12 Oct
As the 54th ICANN Meeting in Dublin approaches, CCWG-Accountability member and InternetNZ Chief Executive Jordan Carter sets out his hopes for the meeting, and his firm conviction that a path to...
9 Oct
This post shares a referenced chronology of recent accountability-related milestones in the ICANN environment, and offers some thoughts about the stakes at ICANN's Dublin meeting next week. You’ve...
30 Sep
At the moment, in New Zealand, there is an independent review of our intelligence and security agencies going on. That has brought out some dedicated protest movements (which you can read about...
24 Sep
A blog post from Ellen Strickland, InternetNZ's Community Programme Director Last Friday, the New Zealand Cyber Security Challenge was held at the University of Waikato, organised by the Cyber...
18 Sep
This is a brief update on the state of play of the two intertwined processes I’ve written about on and off over the past eighteen months: the IANA stewardship transition and the ICANN accountability...
15 Sep
Copyright affects what you can do online. A couple of weeks ago we put up a video asking for your input: Video - passport control at the supermarket Our comic below raises the same question - how can...
9 Sep
This week Andrew has blogged about Amy Adams' kicking off an ambitious programme of policy review and work that relates to Convergence (read his blog post). First cab off the rank in the Convergence...