News and events


15 Aug
If you are reading this, you probably reached us via a social media platform. It might've been a retweet. Based on data from past blogs, we'd expect about 35% of you to arrive from Twitter. Perhaps...
10 Aug
A blog post from Andrew Cushen, Outreach and Engagement Director at InternetNZ Filtering porn out of the Internet is back in the news again, thanks to Minister Martin’s comments via the Herald this...
27 Jul
A blog post by Jamie Baddeley, President of InternetNZ Last night we held the 2018 InternetNZ AGM. I was very honoured to announce and acknowledge four outstanding people who we made Fellows of...
26 Jul
A blog post from Jordan Carter, InternetNZ Chief Executive  InternetNZ has been through a lot of change over the past year. We have had a major organisational review – with many staff and public...
24 Jul
This week, James talks about bridging divides. We have a new cable crossing the Pacific, and a news story about New Zealanders who can't connect at the other end. Working under time pressure, will...
23 Jul
25 July 2018   On Friday, after an email to Bay of Plenty District Health Board staff was uncovered by NewsHub, it was reported that Bay of Plenty DHB was being hammered with 10 cyber attacks a...
13 Jul
Last year, artist Bronwyn Holloway-Smith delivered a fascinating talk at NetHui about her Doctoral research into the landing sites of the Southern Cross Cable. Her early investigations led her to...
5 Jul
Today, Senior Policy Advisor James Ting-Edwards shares links and thinks about some of the modern Internet's problems and distractions, including whether the Internet is too centralised, Facebook's...
3 Jul
New Zealand’s favourite Internet gathering, NetHui, will be venturing to New Zealand’s Southernmost city Invercargill on 16 October 2018.   NetHui brings people together to discuss the future of the...
28 Jun
28 June 2018 InternetNZ believes the Z Energy data breach provides a useful lesson for them, and other organisations. Ben Creet, Policy Manager at InternetNZ and author of New Zealand’s guidelines...