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InternetNZ praises Spark's one week fibre installation plans
“Having a fast and reliable internet service is becoming a necessity for many people in our technology-driven lives."
Privacy concerns spark contact address masking for .nz domain owners
New Zealand domain name owners can now use a free address masking option that can mask contract addresses and make them invisible from WHOIS.
InternetNZ uncovers Kiwis' cyber-savviness when exploring the wild, wild web
Kiwis are aware of personal security risks when it comes to the world wide web, but what are our hopes and fears, new research from InternetNZ asks.
Telco review could mean huge opportunities for NZ
"We want all New Zealanders to get better Internet at fair prices - that means getting this review right."
Spark joins fight against digital exclusion in NZ
“The Internet can offer huge benefits, but some New Zealanders can’t afford to get online and miss out on those benefits as a result."
Kiwi tech startup wins Trans-Tasman internet award
“Our technology offers a reliable mechanism for Chinese consumers to buy New Zealand’s highly valued goods and services in their own currency."
NZ companies dominate Australasia internet awards
"The quality of New Zealand finalists show that New Zealand's tech sector is in good hands."
Count 'em up: More big names strike out at Sky-Vodafone merger
Blue Reach, Freeview, InternetNZ, Spark, Trustpower, TUANZ, TVNZ and 2degrees all have serious concerns about the Sky-Vodafone merger.
InternetNZ calls out Govt's Intelligence and Security Bill
"While it acknowledges human rights, the recommendations do not always reflect these rights and could result in more extensive surveillance of NZers."
InternetNZ launches business transparency tools to report mass surveillance
It might just become easier for Kiwis to see if 'mass surveillance' is happening as InternetNZ launches transparency report tools for businesses.
InternetNZ's event NetHui to break from tradition
Dates and locations for this year’s InternetNZ event NetHui have just been released.
InternetNZ says TPP's 'digital locks' will stifle innovation
InternetNZ has made its submission towards the TPP Amendment Bill, saying the legislation will make copyright laws less fair and stifle innovation.
Kiwi ISPs in the spotlight - does your provider steal the show?
It's about to get a whole lot easier for Kiwis to choose the best internet service provider based on your needs, and ISPs can no longer hide.
Sky, Vodafone merger 'raises some questions'
InternetNZ us calling for network neutrality following the proposed merger of Sky and Vodafone announced last week.
InternetNZ chief praises NZ telco sector
InternetNZ is welcoming the results of a NZTF report, saying it is a stocktake of the positive story NZ has to tell in telecommunications.
Safer Internet Day: promoting digital safety
"Without trust, we won't get close to realising the full potential that technology can deliver."
New funding for internet research made available
"The money will help our internet community dive into important research that could improve the internet for all New Zealanders."
Online GST changes a mixed bag for Kiwis, says InternetNZ
InternetNZ is pleased the Government has decided on an appropriate threshold for overseas internet-based retailers before GST collection is required."
InternetNZ on how the TPPA impacts internet policy
“Copyright should not be subject to closed door deals. This approach breeds distrust and suspicion."
InternetNZ's new grants round open for applications
"Contributing this money to the work of others means that we can really help New Zealanders make the most of the internet in this country."
InternetNZ on Harmful Digital Communications Bill: education top priority
"The best way to help people deal with the challenges they encounter online is through making sure they have the skills to do so."
InternetNZ announces new funding for internet research
"This most recent allocation of funds shows the diversity of applications the internet has," says John Carter, InternetNZ chief executive.
Industry groups off-chorus on ComCom delays
Acting in haste in ComCom’s wholesale broadband pricing decision could leave ‘the rabbit in charge of the carrot patch’.
D-Day: InternetNZ chief slams Global Mode legal action
“Until they are, any demands for shutting down or public statements prostrating oneself should be treated with the contempt they deserve.”