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InternetNZ works across a range of public and technical policy issues.

Folder IPv6
There is growing urgency for the Internet to support both IPv4 and IPv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6), a network layer Internet protocol standard used to exchange data across a packet-switched internet.
Folder Copyright
InternetNZ is active in campaigning against Section 92A of the Copyright (New Technologies and Performers' Rights) Amendment Act, and is actively engaged with digital copyright issues generally.
Folder Broadband Strategy Options for New Zealand
In 2008, InternetNZ commissioned Network Strategies to produce a report on Broadband Strategy Options for New Zealand. The report is in two stages, both of which can be viewed here.
Folder 2008-General-Election-Questionnaire
InternetNZ surveyed all political parties on a range of ICT issues ahead of the 2008 General Election. Responses to the questionnaire are posted here.
Folder Internet Peering
In 2007, InternetNZ commissioned a report examining the state of Internet peering and related issues in New Zealand. The report can be viewed here.
Folder ISP Spam Code of Practice
In 2007, InternetNZ produced a code of practice for ISPs to assist in the reduction/elimination of spam. The code can be viewed here.
Document R v the Internet Seminar
Is the Internet in contempt of court, and if so what should be done about it?
File R v the Internet Programme
File R v the Internet - Law Commission Presentation
File R v the Internet - Judge David Harvey presentation
File R v the Internet presentation - David Farrar
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