Entries by Kellie Ireland

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2019 AGM SAVE THE DATE

The Internet Association of Australia (Inc) invites you to save the date of our Annual General Meeting in Melbourne. Location:  Stamford Plaza Hotel, 111 Little Collins St, MelbourneDate:  Wednesday 4th SeptemberTime: from  4.00pm for a 4.30pm start (AEST).Online: or via our live  web stream, from 4.30pm AEST. Further details about the Annual General Meeting will […]

CEO Search Begins

The IAA Board have commenced the search for a Chief Executive Officer. In order to deliver on the Association’s strategic vision, the Board are looking to engage a senior operational leader to help build the advocacy and education role of the Association. Confidential expressions of interest are welcome to the Board Chair, David Hooton, by email to david.hooton@internet.asn.au.

IAA News – December 2018

Hi there, well the year is just about done! It was great to see all our members at our events over the past few weeks, and we’d like to wish you all a safe and merry shut down season.  Read our December 2018 newsletter here

IAA support of ADA submission on website blocking bill

Earlier this month the Senate Environment and Communications Committee Inquiry into the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Bill 2018 accepted submissions on the proposed  amendments to Australia’s website blocking scheme. The Australian Digital Alliance (ADA)  invited the Association to lend its support to their submission, which expressed concerns regarding the widening of the Bill, which proposed […]

Greens, Geeks + Gamers

On 14 November, three of the IAA team arrived in Canberra for an in-depth discussion on the video game industry, digital rights, and the NBN. A room full of industry players attended The Greens policy launch, along with our own Kellie Ireland (Executive Officer), Nathan Brookfield (Secretary) and Jason Dale (Board Member). Throughout the night […]

IAA welcomes news of Telco Peering Policies

Yesterday the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) announced that Australian telcos, Telstra, Optus and TPG have published peering policies under which they will consider peering arrangements. As operators of Australia’s largest independent peering network, IX Australia, the Internet Association of Australia (IAA) are pleased to see progress towards a more open and transparent peering […]

NZNOG

Our friends across the Tasman are gearing up to host the 16th Annual NZNOG conference in January 2019. NZNOG will be hosted in the town of Napier  on 31 Jan and 1 Feb 2019. Preceding the conference are a series of workshops all the details of which will be announced soon. Fortunately this NZNOG does not […]