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Sky, Vodafone merger 'raises some questions'

Calls for network neutrality have emerged following the proposed merger of Sky and Vodafone announced last week.Net neutrality means anyone can buy the company’s content and get the same service.

Kiwi ISPs in the spotlight - does your provider steal the show?

Kiwi ISPs in the spotlight - does your provider steal the show? The website currently covers 2degrees, Actrix, Bigpipe, Compass, Farmside, Flip, Inspire, MyRepublic, Now, Orcon, Skinny Broadband, Slingshot, Spark, Trustpower and Vodafone.The other 55 ISPs can self-declare by using a Google form through which they can send their information.

InternetNZ says TPP's 'digital locks' will stifle innovation

InternetNZ says TPP's 'digital locks' will stifle innovation Under the TPP agreement, New Zealand's copyright laws will change as all country member must share regulations on intellectual property issues.The TPP will make New Zealand's copyright laws less fair - but Parliament can amend this draft legislation to minimise the damage," says Jordan Carter, InternetNZ CEO.

InternetNZ calls out Govt's Intelligence and Security Bill

InternetNZ calls out Govt's Intelligence and Security Bill Called the Independent Review of Intelligence and Security, Cullen and Reddy reviewed the NZ Security Intelligence Service (NZSIS) and Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB), sought public submissions and reported back to the Government on 9 March 2016.The Independent Reviewers of Intelligence and Security released their report on New Zealand’s intelligence agencies, titled Intelligence and Security in a Free Society, in March this year.

unt 'em up: More big names strike out at Sky-Vodafone merger

unt 'em up: More big names strike out at Sky-Vodafone merger The hits against the Vodafone-Sky merger just keep coming, with TVNZ, TUANZ and 2Degrees all making submissions against it in the last week.The submissions all boil down to the anti-competitive consequences both across content and networks.

Spark joins fight against digital exclusion in NZ

Spark joins fight against digital exclusion in NZ In a move that InternetNZ says will help increase digital inclusion in New Zealand, Spark has just launched Spark Jump.With the new service, Spark will offer families at risk of digital exclusion entry-level home broadband for only $15 per month, all pre-paid and with no contractual obligations.

Tel review uld mean huge opportunities for NZ

Tel review uld mean huge opportunities for NZ Does anyone need Gigabit fibre in 2016?Happening in parallel with the rollout of “stream-five-HD-videos at once” Internet is the review of our Telco Rules for 2020 and beyond.

Kiwis love the internet but there's work to be done on our digital divide, says InternetNZ

Kiwis love the internet but there's work to be done on our digital divide, says InternetNZ AUT University has released a new report detailing eight years' worth of internet trends in New Zealand, and InternetNZ says that while internet usage is growing, there is still a digital divide.In 2007, only 21% of over-65s believed the internet was important for information, while 2015 numbers came in at 60%.

Your 2017 resolution? Put messaging privacy on the list, says Internet NZ

Your 2017 resolution? Put messaging privacy on the list, says Internet NZ Research conducted by InternetNZ last year found that 72% of Kiwis are concerned about personal data security, and 67% are concerned about threats to their privacy.These apps have higher privacy levels due to encryption, Kiwis still need to be aware that not all apps have these services.

Your 2017 resolution? Put messaging privacy on the list, says InternetNZ

Your 2017 resolution? Put messaging privacy on the list, says InternetNZ Research conducted by InternetNZ last year found that 72% of Kiwis are concerned about personal data security, and 67% are concerned about threats to their privacy.These apps have higher privacy levels due to encryption, Kiwis still need to be aware that not all apps have these services.

InternetNZ sings govt’s UFB praises

InternetNZ sings govt’s UFB praises The move will mean up to 85% of New Zealanders will have access to fibre by the end of 2024.” InternetNZ chief executive Jordan Carter says fibre is the best option for internet connectivity in most parts of New Zealand, and this extension will provide more Kiwis with world-class internet infrastructure.

Positives outweigh internet risks, survey finds

Positives outweigh internet risks, survey finds Safer Internet Day kicks off today, with many organisations marking the day across the world.While the internet brings a tonne of benefits to both individuals and businesses, new research from InternetNZ suggests security is a major concern.

InternetNZ welmes govt's Tel Act Review

InternetNZ welmes govt's Tel Act Review The organisation says it is particularly pleased with the focus on fibre broadband.We think it will deliver the fair broadband prices Kiwis deserve," explains Jordan Carter, InternetNZ chief executive.