Jordan Carter

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TPP ‘digital lock’ rules threaten Kiwi innovation

WEEKEND REVIEW Fri 27 Nov 7

Ever heard of a “digital lock” – aka a technological protection measure? InternetNZ's Jordan Carter explains.

InternetNZ CEO Jordan Carter

NBR Radio Special: Will online GST break the internet?

Wed 18 Nov

Internet NZ's Jordan Carter and Deloitte's Allan Bullot discuss new online GST rules on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

InternetNZ chief executive Jordan Carter

TPP means copyright law reform needed – InternetNZ

Tue 6 Oct 10

PLUS: Concern over apparent, Xero-hostile provision for internet apps to locally store data | Lowndes Jordan partner flags fair use issues | Will US Congress ratify the TPP? Some early wobbles.

 

IP specialist Rick Shera talks about the TPP on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

Communications and Broadcasting Minister Amy Adams (Photo: Chris Keall)

Uncertainty for Chorus all over again as Adams outlines Telco Act review

Tue 8 Sep 10

Also potentially bad news for Sky TV and proponents of net neutrality, and some comments 2degrees will love. UPDATED

 

Technology Editor Chris Keall talks about uncertainty for Chorus on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

 

Communications and Broadcasting Minister Amy Adams

Bidding opens for $210m in extra UFB funds

Tue 1 Sep

Small towns compete for a slice fo the extra Ultrafast Broadband cash | Long-list of towns named.

Communications and Broadcasting Minister Amy Adams (Photo: Chris Keall)

Government launches digital convergence review

Thu 27 Aug 2

Communications and Broadcasting Minister Amy Adams wants feedback on two papers.

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