News and events


21 Dec
This is the second part of the series on our week at the UNIGF. See part one here. Kia ora, It's officially Day Two here in Geneva and after traipsing through the snow from my hotel to the United...
18 Dec
This week, our CE Jordan Carter and a member of our issues team Nicola Brown are over in Switzerland attending the United Nations Internet Governance Forum (UNIGF). Nicola is jetlagged, but has made...
18 Dec
It’s been quite a year here at InternetNZ! This is an organisation with a pretty simple premise: that from openness comes good, and that the Internet can help create a better world. We’ve had a busy...
15 Dec
Wellington - 15 December 2017 InternetNZ Chief Executive Jordan Carter has condemned the decision by the United States communications regulator to undo 2015 open Internet rules, warning that all...
8 Dec
Friday 8 December 2017 A week for government announcements on digital inclusion This week Communications Minister Clare Curran released "Digital New Zealanders: The Pulse of Our Nation", a report...
4 Dec
Last week the inaugural Bsides Wellington was held, an infosec (information security) conference which brings together information security specialists, hobbyists, and policy nerds who are trying to...
30 Nov
InternetNZ Group Chief Executive Appointment Wellington - 30 November 2017 The InternetNZ Council recently involved staff and stakeholders of the InternetNZ Group, including InternetNZ, NZRS and the...
29 Nov
Today we’ve published our 2017 State of the Internet report. This report is a look at some key aspects of the Internet in New Zealand. It looks at access to the Internet, and creative uses of the...
29 Nov
InternetNZ is surprised by today’s announcement of court action from Sky TV to a range of ISPs, asking them to block New Zealand Internet users from accessing certain websites. Sky’s assertion is...
24 Nov
I was on TVNZ's Breakfast programme this morning talking about the forthcoming decisions in Washington DC to remove Obama-era open Internet protections. You can catch the interview on TVNZ's site...