Media releases

3 Feb - Media Release
New research released today by InternetNZ shows that 93% of New Zealanders are concerned about the security of their personal data.
3 Oct - Media Release
The speech below was given to delegates at NetHui 2019 - NZ's favourite Internet event. The speech was given by InternetNZ Chief Executive Jordan Carter - during the NetHui opening ceremony at 9:15am...
24 Sep - Media Release
InternetNZ is pleased to see progress on the Christchurch Call after Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern led a side meeting at the United Nations General Assembly today.
1 Aug - Media Release
Today Vodafone has announced it will switch on a 5G network this December, starting in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown. InternetNZ is pleased to see progress on rolling out 5G for...
16 May - Media Release
InternetNZ is pleased with the outcome of today’s Christchurch Call summit in Paris and welcomes the commitment to action by key tech companies and governments to address terrorism and violent...
8 May - Media Release
InternetNZ Policy Director Ellen Strickland applauds the contribution of this research on the complex issues around democracy and the Internet and the recommendations in both reports to embrace an...
3 May - Media Release
InternetNZ is excited to see Minister Wood's announcement today of "The Digital Inclusion Blueprint – Te Mahere mō te Whakaurunga Matihiko." This is the Government's plan to tackle digital exclusion...
2 May - Media Release
InternetNZ is excited to announce that Sue Chetwin has been appointed as Chair of the .nz Policy Review Advisory Panel. The Panel will undertake a review of the .nz domain name space.
28 Mar - Media Release
InternetNZ is calling on Internet Service Providers and Chorus to reach an agreement on reasonable pricing for fibre unbundling — and quickly.
22 Mar - Media Release
Senior citizens are more digitally connected than ever. However, little is known about the online social connectivity of older people after they enter residential aged care. Residents are often...