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|Chief Executive: Jordan Carter, Council President: Jamie Baddeley|
|Subsidiaries||New Zealand Domain Name Registry Limited, Domain Name Commission Limited|
|Mission||Protection, promotion of the Internet in New Zealand|
InternetNZ ("Internet New Zealand Inc." and originally formed as the Internet Society of New Zealand) is a non-partisan, not-for-profit open membership organisation dedicated to protecting and promoting the Internet for New Zealand. It speaks on the Internet’s behalf; it provides platforms and events like NetHui for people to shape the Internet’s ongoing development; and it has a community funding programme. It is the custodian of the .nz domain name space, which it operates through two subsidiaries.
InternetNZ's primary objective is “keeping the Internet open and uncapturable and protecting and promoting the Internet for New Zealand” so the Internet continues to operate in an open environment that cannot be captured by any entity or individual for their own ends. 
The elected InternetNZ council as at 27-07-2013 are Jamie Baddeley (President), Joy Liddicoat (Vice President), Neil James, Sarah Lee, Hamish MacEwan, Brenda Wallace, Dave Moskovitz, Richard Wood, Rochelle Furneaux, Amber Craig, Hayden Glass and Lance Wiggs.
At the annual meeting on 2008-08-04 InternetNZ Peter Dengate Thrush was made an InternetNZ Fellow because of his record of contribution to Internet policy issues in New Zealand and internationally.
Relationship with Internet Society
Despite sharing many aims with the Internet Society, InternetNZ has never been a chapter of that organisation. In April 2008 the organisation formally changed its official name to "Internet New Zealand Inc." to recognise common usage and to specifically reflect these differences. InternetNZ did, however, join the Internet Society in 2006 as an organisational member.
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