News and events


9 Aug
This guest blog by Trade Me's Jon Duffy talks about why NZ organisations are not doing transparency reports - and why it's so important that we turn this around.  Transparency is good. We know...
3 Aug
In this guest blog, looking at the issues behind the ISP Spotlight, web accessibility expert Kevin Prince talks about why it is important that ISPs make online billing accessible to all customers. So...
2 Aug
A blog post from Ben Creet, Issues Manager at InternetNZ2 August 2016 Today we are launching our Easy Transparency project. Easy Transparency is a set of templates and tools to help New Zealand...
2 Aug
2 August 2016 InternetNZ has launched Easy Transparency, a set of reporting tools that will make it easier for New Zealand organisations to complete transparency reports. These reports will mean New...
1 Aug
A blog post from Jordan Carter, Chief Executive of InternetNZ1 August 2016 InternetNZ is governed by a Council elected by members of the organisation, with four spots coming up each year. Last Friday...
28 Jul
Want to be part of conversations that help to shape New Zealand's Internet and the ways it can change our lives for the better? InternetNZ has announced dates and locations for this year's NetHui,...
27 Jul
In this guest blog, looking at the issues behind the ISP Spotlight, New Zealand's Privacy Commissioner John Edwards talks about why it is important that ISPs tell customers when their data is...
27 Jul
Blog post from Ellen Strickland, Community Programme Director at InternetNZ27 July 2016 I'm here in Taipei for the Asia-Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum (APrIGF). It's one of a few regional...
26 Jul
InternetNZ has released its submission to Parliament on the TPP Amendment Bill. The submission sets out ways to update the draft legislation to deliver the most fair possible copyright laws for all...
14 Jul
This post is by David Farrar, chairperson of the Board for Domain Name Commission Ltd. As the third round of consultation on the WHOIS policy has concluded, I thought members and stakeholders would...