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Keep up-to-date with the latest news and updates from InternetNZ. The digital landscape changes quickly, and we're here to help you make sense of it.

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March 24

Community funding for digital inclusion in Christchurch

ConnectED was a pilot project run by Greater Christchurch Schools Network, which provided Internet connections to school children and their whānau in Eastern Christchurch, improving digital inclusion and learning outcomes.

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March 16

A filtered Internet is not the Internet we need

What is the Internet we need, and how do we help to build it? For InternetNZ that’s always been a central question, and these days it is one that matters for everyone.

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March 16

International law online: progress in UN yet many questions remain

In a world where cyber attacks between states, and other Internet related disputes between countries, are growing, issues of international law and the Internet grow more complex by the day. 

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Blog

March 08

Raising the digital capital of women over 50

In celebration of International Women's Day we want to highlight a grantee currently working on research that benefits kiwi women.

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Blog

March 03

COVID-19 changing the way we see the Internet

Research released this week shows some interesting stats about how the Internet is helping us carry on — but it also highlights some alarming concerns.

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Media release

March 01

Media release

March 01

Blog

February 23

Research: gaming addiction and phishing

We have some highlights from published research that InternetNZ has funded.

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Blog

February 15

New grants announcement 2020/21 - digital inclusion initiatives and research

We’re thrilled to announce our latest grantees. Approximately $275,000 was given out, with eligible initiatives expected to address digital inclusion through motivation, access, skills or trust.

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Blog

February 15

Insurrection and the Internet

On 6 January 2021, a crowd of Trump supporters broke into the US Capitol building. This blog looks at the online response, including the decisions by Facebook and Twitter to remove Trump from their services. 

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