This is the basics:
InternetNZ, the Internet Society of New Zealand is a non-profit, non-governmental society formed to support and encourage the coordinated and cooperative growth of the Internet in New Zealand. Its individual and organisational members share a vision of an open and accessible network that benefits the wider community. The membership works with a variety of technologies to foster the development of the Internet and related aspects of a maturing information society in New Zealand.
To promote easily available access to the Internet for New Zealanders including fibre to every home. To develop, maintain and disseminate standards for the Internet and its associated technologies and applications. To develop effective administrative processes for the operation of the Internet in New Zealand. To promote education and conduct research related to the Internet. To represent the common interests of the wider NZ Internet community. To support continued competitive provision of access to the Internet.
Let's see how this goes.
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