News and events


20 Jun
Kia ora koutou,Here’s our thoughts on some of the access, use and security stories that caught our eye over the last week. Keyboard for the blind acquired AND open source'ing? Fleksy is a mobile...
17 Jun
A blog post from James Ting-Edwards, Issues Advisor at InternetNZ17 June 2016 Every time you click “buy” online, you are trusting people to take your money, send what you’ve ordered, and protect...
13 Jun
Kia ora everybody, Here’s some stories that we’ve seen over the last week or so that have caught our eyes. We’re talking the future of the web, Internet protocols and a new report on national...
9 Jun
9 June 2016 InternetNZ has called on Vodafone and Sky to commit to 'network neutrality' with their proposed merger plans. Network neutrality would mean that anyone can buy the company's content and...
7 Jun
A blog post from Ben Creet, Senior Issues Advisor at InternetNZ7 June 2016 Kia ora koutou, Another blog with some articles that have caught the issues team's attention over the last week or so. ...
3 Jun
A blog post from Ellen Strickland, Community Programme Director at InternetNZ3 June 2016 Over the past few months we've been busy planning NetHui 2016 - and it's going to look a little different this...
1 Jun
A blog post from Ben Creet, Senior Issues Advisor at InternetNZ1 June 2016 What the EFF are trying to do here makes a lot of sense to us. So I was tasked with analysing their plan, gauging whether...
31 May
31 May 2016 InternetNZ is pleased to see today's announcement that NetSafe will be the "Approved Agency" under the Harmful Digital Communications Act. "We all recognise the harm that can occur online...
30 May
Kia ora koutou, Another short post on a couple of stories that have caught our attention here in the Issues team. Enjoy and have a great week! Google appeals French demand for global ‘right to be...
16 May
A blog post from Ben Creet, Senior Issues Advisor at InternetNZ16 May 2016 Why are mobile security updates so hard? The US’s Federal Communication Commission (the FCC) has started to dig into mobile...