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Communications - Internet

ACT The Liberal Party Rodney Hide

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Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand Nandor Tanczos

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New Zealand Labour Party Hon David Cunliffe

Committed funding towards the Advanced Network, a super high speed internet 'backbone' linking universities and research organisations in New Zealand and overseas
Closely monitor and enforce commitments made by Telecom NZ under the local loop unbundling decisions and ensure targets for broadband uptake for the next three years as outlined in the Digital Strategy are met
Actively support pilot projects such as municipal networks, micro-trenching and similar, which can assist in the roll-out of fibre access to homes and municipal facilities

Maori Party Hone Harawira  
National Party of New Zealand Hon Maurice Williamson

Not
set out
on
their
website.

New Zealand First Hon Brian Donnelly

Ensure that adequate anti spam measures are put in place and advance solutions for phishing and internet fraud
Promote adequate measures to deal with internet pornography and in particular child pornography, with both legislative and regulatory powers, including substantial jail terms
Improve electronic and traditional access to government information and services including improved telephone directory listings
Investigate Kiwi Share, its valuation, its application to internet services, and consider its replacement and its application to Telecom's competitors
Provide all primary and secondary educational institutions, particularly those in rural areas, with up-to-date communications technology

Progressive Coalition Hon Jim Anderton  
United Future New Zealand Hon Peter Dunne

We will work with the Internet Safety Group and the industry to ensure that appropriate internet filtering software and other appropriate safety measures - including effective codes of practice - are adopted
Support Project PROBE as a way of ensuring that rural schools and communities have access to high-speed Internet services

You can find the policy positions of more parties by checking these websites.
Alliance New Zealand
Democrats for Social Credit
Direct Democracy Party
Libertarianz
The Republic Party of New Zealand

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