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Censor eyes 'Global Mode' internet access while advocacy group Internet NZ's view is web access not illegal - Featured on NZHerald

This week another shot was fired across our bow when Chief Censor claimed Global Mode may infringe on censorship issues.  Personally we feel that it’s unreasonable, it’s not the ISP’s role to censor YouTube, but ultimately our customer Slingshot came out saying – “We firmly believe there are no censorship laws broken when Kiwis access overseas content from New Zealand” 436 more words


BNSL steps forward to explain why Global Mode® is forefront of online media streaming and global content equality - Featured on Stuff.co.nz

One of the entrepreneurs who developed Global Mode says his company has received interest from overseas in the technology and has stepped forward to defend his motivations. 506 more words

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Orcon’s new GM announces the launch Global Mode® - featured on Scoop

Orcon unlocks the internet with launch of Global Mode

Survey results suggest broadcast TV is dying, with an overwhelming preference to stream online content. Orcon responds with Global Mode and low cost 100Mb/s UFB plans… 375 more words


Global Mode® traffic increase 1200% overnight and featured by Engadget.

With the recent news about Global Mode® the public feedback has been well received globally. News spread virally once Engadget.com picked up the story. With over 150 articles showing up in 3 days the traffic on the Global Mode® network increased by 1200%. 286 more words

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Slingshot launches Global Mode®

Slingshot has launched a “Global Mode” option on its accounts – a feature that will allow the ISP’s customers to access TV and movie streaming services that are usually geo-blocked. 299 more words


Five Horror Films Worth a Watch on Netflix: May 2015 Edition

Hello all. Mark here.

Do you ever search Netflix for long periods of time and end up watching something really bad? It is a problem that many people have and I’m hoping these posts can eliminate the horror gambles. 681 more words

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