Internet in New Zealand
Internet access is widely available in New Zealand. As of October 2014, there are 1,916,000 broadband connections and 65,000 dialup connections in New Zealand, of which 1,595,000 are residential and ...
Crown Fibre Holdings
The Ultra-Fast Broadband Initiative is a New Zealand Government program of building a fibre-to-the-home network by means of a public–private partnership as part of the National Party's 2008 election p...
CommunityNet Aotearoa
CommunityNet Aotearoa is an internet resource supporting communities throughout Aotearoa New Zealand.It was founded in 1998 with support from the Department of Internal Affairs. At its launch, the spo...
CallPlus
CallPlus is a New Zealand telecommunications company, parent of internet service provider Slingshot. It provides voice and data communication services to business customers. CallPlus is the fourth-lar...
NZNOG
NZNOG is the New Zealand Network Operators' Group. Originally formed as a mailing list hosted by the University of Waikato and intended to provide a means of easy collaboration between Internet Servic...
NZ On Screen
NZ On Screen is an online showcase of archival New Zealand television and film. The website is fully funded by NZ On Air and provides free worldwide access to NZ-produced television, film and music vi...
Internet censorship in New Zealand
Internet censorship in New Zealand refers to filtering website traffic to prevent Internet users in New Zealand from accessing certain selected sites and material, specifically material that deals wit...
InternetNZ
InternetNZ ("Internet New Zealand Inc." and originally formed as the Internet Society of New Zealand) is a non-partisan, not-for-profit open membership organisation dedicated to protecting and promoti...
Cameron Slater
Cameron Slater is a controversial, right wing New Zealand-based blogger who is best known for publishing the most widely read blog in New Zealand, theWhale Oil Beef Hooked blog. He was the editor of t...
Kiwi Advanced Research and Education Network
The Kiwi Advanced Research and Education Network (KAREN), now known simply as the REANNZ Network, is a high-capacity, ultra high-speed national research and education network (NREN) connecting New Zea...
Kiwi Advanced Research and Education Network - Wikipedia
Tim Barnett (politician)
Timothy Andrew "Tim" Barnett (born 4 August 1958) was the member of the House of Representatives of New Zealand for Christchurch Central from 1996 to 2008, representing the Labour Party. He was a Brit...
Bruce Simpson (blogger)
Bruce Simpson is an internet celebrity and activist from New Zealand best known for his long running blog and his 2003 attempt to build a missile with parts ordered from internet retailers.
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Jason Hepi
Jason Hepi is a "car enthusiast" from Christchurch, New Zealand who became well known when in May 2007 he wrote a series of letters to The Press which defended the actions of the city's 'boy racer' co...
NetSmart
NetSmart Limited is a telecommunication service provider based in Tauranga, Bay of Plenty region of New Zealand.
Stuff.co.nz
Stuff.co.nz is a New Zealand tabloid news website published by Fairfax Digital, a division of Fairfax New Zealand Ltd, a subsidiary of Australian company Fairfax Media Ltd. Stuff hosts the websites fo...
Stuff.co.nz - Wikipedia
Lixtor
Lixtor is an Internet-auction website operating in New Zealand since 2005, as a free alternative to currently dominant "paid" online-trading website in New Zealand, TradeMe.Lixtor's business model is ...
Lixtor - Wikipedia
New Zealand Internet Blackout
The New Zealand Internet Blackout was an online protest spearheaded by the Creative Freedom Foundation NZ against changes to copyright law in New Zealand, most notably Section 92A of the Copyright (Ne...
Ihug
ihug was New Zealand's third largest ISP (behind Xtra and TelstraClear), before it was bought, then absorbed by Vodafone New Zealand (the country's largest mobile phone operator). According to 2005 es...
Ihug - Wikipedia
Paul Reynolds (commentator)
Paul Reynolds (4 October 1949-23 May 2010) was a New Zealand internet advocate in the cultural sector. He was notable as an early advocate of IT systems and the Internet in the cultural sector in New ...
Quicksilver (ISP)
Quicksilver was an ISP based in Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand. It offered broadband, dialup and toll's services around New Zealand. Quicksilver was an activity of Mercury Telecommunications Ltd, a co...
ISPANZ
The Internet Service Providers Association of New Zealand (ISPANZ) is an organisation formed by Internet service providers (ISPs) in New Zealand. Its members include most New Zealand ISPs with the exc...
JetStream
JetStream and Mobile JetStream are two former brand names used by Spark New Zealand to market its retail and resale ADSL-based fixed line and CDMA2000-based 3G wireless Internet access offerings respe...
JetStream - Wikipedia
Cathy Odgers
Cathy Odgers is a New Zealand-born, Hong Kong-based former blogger and lawyer who is best known for running a smear campaign against the head of the New Zealand Serious Fraud Office. She published the...
New Zealand blogosphere
Blogging in New Zealand is dominated by a community of around 600 blogs that comment largely on New Zealand politics, society and occurrences. One list of over 200 "author-operated, public discourse" ...