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[originally released on 25 November, 2018]
The Domain Name Commission and the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) have today announced an agreement to work together to prevent and minimise behaviours threatening a safe, secure and trusted .nz online environment.
On 21 November 2018 the following domain names were suspended:
wex.nz and the associated domain names above, were displaying a cryptocurrency website.
Present: Jordan Carter (Chair), Adam Hunt, Lucy Elwood
In Attendance: Brent Carey, Maria Reyes (minute taker)
The Chair opened the meeting at 8.59am
1. Register of Interests
Present: Jordan Carter (Chair), Adam Hunt, Lucy Elwood.
In Attendance: Brent Carey (Domain Name Commissioner), Laura Turnbull (Minute taker)
Apologies: Lucy Elwood (first part of the meeting)
According to the World Internet Project New Zealand, in 2017 93.8% of New Zealanders use the Internet. Domain Name Commissioner Brent Carey says it’s essential that the .nz domain name space is a safe and trustworthy space for all Internet users and .nz domain name holders.
Sharing information to protect .nz domains from cyber security threats
Commissioners pleased to collaborate over Domain Name Privacy - Privacy Week 2018