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Internet groups bringing security guru to NZ
US-based Bruce Schneier to discuss the mechanisms of trust and their importance in a hyper-connected society.
Few kiwis know their content is filtered: InternetNZ
Survey shows less than half of internet users are even aware of the DCEFS system that blocks websites with images of child sexual abuse.
Countdown begins for Nethui 2012
Last year's event was a sell-out; register now to have your say on topics like the digital divide, copyright, and making the most of online opportunities.
Expats apply for .kiwi domain
Vancouver-based project aims to offer New Zealanders chance to 'claim their kiwiness online'.
InternetNZ to host second NetHui
NetHui 2012 will take place from July 11 to 13 in Auckland, with registrations due to open in February.
InternetNZ offers funding for Christchurch
InternetNZ is ‘dipping into its reserves’ to provide $435,000 in funding for initiatives contributing to the Christchurch rebuild.
Delay digital dividend decision InternetNZ
Advocacy group chief executive says government should wait until international technology path is decided.
Fibre Watch: Rucking politicians
The rugby is over and the election campaign is upon us - whether we like it or not.
Labour sets out ICT policy
On the agenda: broadening broadband, closing the digital divide, and ending the secrecy surrounding government software deals.
Fibre Watch: Driven to distraction
InternetNZ's attempt to put the country's digital future on the political agenda could be overshadowed by the recent chain of disasters, not to mention the RWC.
InternetNZ helps Christchurch schools connect
The services will be provided via the Greater Christchurch Schools Network Trust, at a cost of $40,000.
IT industry to establish code of practice for cloud
Businesses and advocacy organisations combine to develop standards around new technology.
InternetNZ offers one-off funding boost
Community groups are invited to apply for a share of $50,000 for internet-related projects that benefit NZ.
Copyright law could sting businesses
'Account holder' stipulation means organisations are responsible for staff infringements.
InternetNZ launches 3 Strikes site
People and businesses advised to prepare for new copyright law.
Law commission completes privacy review
The Law Commission has released the last volume in its four-stage report into privacy laws in New Zealand.
Blogger named Fellow of InternetNZ
David Farrar recognised along with former president Keith Davidson and IT ‘activist’ Simon Riley.
Copyright law won't cover streaming: MED
Internet organisation assured sites like YouTube will be exempt.
New focus for internet law partnership
According to InternetNZ chief executive Vikram Kumar, the time has come for the partnership to change tack.
InternetNZ backs Barcamp 'Unconference'
Developers rejoice! The fifth Barcamp now has a platinum sponsor.
Bill English to address NetHui conference
Deputy Prime Minister Bill English joins distinguished panel to talk about the internet.
Business possibilities with UFB
At last week's UpLoad 2011, the theme was 'new ventures in fast fibre'.
Telecom to split for UFB
As a result of yesterday's UFB contract, Telecom is to spin off Chorus into a separate entity.
Nominations open for InternetNZ Lifetime Achievement award
InternetNZ has announced a new award to recognise significant contributions to the development of the internet in New Zealand.