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Digital Convergence Bill by freitasm 0 replies
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Chorus Legal dont understand the LAW regarding easements? by alt0174
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Commission files charges against Trustpower over misleading broadband offer by freitasm 0 replies
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Are warranty void if removed stickers illegal in NZ? by blazer Click to see the answer(s) to this topic
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American fibre network allows customer to switch ISPs in 5 seconds by DarkShadow 8 replies
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Providing Wifi Access to Staff and Visitors by aaristotle 9 replies
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Worlds largest fine 5.2 Billion for unregistered SIM cards by ajw
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Would we be better off without UFB? by DarkShadow
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NZ legalities around sharing UFB over 1km with NanoBeams by Ardgowan
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Copyright Process Apparently Too Expensive for Rights Holders by SamF 11 replies
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Telco Review to support changing technology by freitasm 0 replies
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Chorus changing for cable locate on Public land, road verge. by JeremyNzl Click to see the answer(s) to this topic
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Government launches Green Paper to explore digital convergence and content regulation by freitasm 1 replies
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Customs Password Law by nedkelly 4 replies
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Do we have/do we need an EFF-equivalent in NZ? by mdf 7 replies
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What was the reason for New Zealand's reversed numbering on rotary dials? by unspecified 14 replies
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Net Neutrality effect here? by gnfb
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