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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
Scholarships out, conferences & publications in.
InternetNZ backs Barcamp 'Unconference'
Developers rejoice! The fifth Barcamp now has a platinum sponsor.
Bill English to address NetHui conference
Deputy Prime Minister joins distinguished panel.
Business possibilities with UFB
Five business ideas UFB makes possible
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.
Govt broadband plans miss out 100,000 students
An independent analysis finds a significant number of schools fall between the cracks of UFB and RBI.
Joyce backs down from UFB regulatory holiday - Updated
The regulatory holiday on wholesale prices for UFB will be replaced with contractual mechanisms.
NetHui 2011 looks to shape digital future
NetHui 2011 aims to cover broad internet, access, citizenship and openness issues at three-day meet.
InternetNZ: Major flaws remain in Telco Bill
Kiwi internet watchdog InternetNZ says some improvements in Telco Bill, but major flaws remain.
Kiwi telcos and consumer groups fight UFB bill
An 11-strong group of telecommunications companies and consumer advocate groups have opposed the government's ultra fast broadband bill.
Groups call for telco law changes
TUANZ, Consumer NZ, Federated Farmers and InternetNZ call on Parliament for changes to legislation currently being considered.
Fibre Watch: UFB on shaky ground
The fate of the project is uncertain as the government makes it clear its spending priorities have changed overnight.
Govt considering UFB delay?
InternetNZ says the option to delay or scrap the UFB process is a possibility being considered by parts of government.
Telco Bill extension granted
TUANZ and InternetNZ succeed in getting an extension to submissions on the Teleco Amendment Bill.
TUANZ, InternetNZ seek extension to Telco Bill submissions
More time is needed to review the changes which go far beyond separating Telecom's business in two, says TUANZ.