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InternetNZ is disappointed that Chorus is seeking leave to appeal the recent High Court decision on the Commerce Commission’s decisions regarding initial pricing for copper broadband services. The Court ruled strongly against Chorus: it’s time to move on.
InternetNZ Chief Executive Jordan Carter says that the Court was unequivocal in its judgement, and was particularly strong in setting out the way section 18 of the Act operates – the part Chorus argues was misinterpreted.
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From the InternetNZ Blog
New Zealand Internet Task Force is today warning website owners that their site’s security may have been breached and private information may have been stolen after the HeartBleed vulnerability was identified in the last 24 hours.
Individual web users do not have to do anything however website owners are advised to check their sites and patch them where required.