Frank March is both a Ministry of Economic Development official and president of InternetNZ. In part two of this Q and A with Stephen Bell he talks about the Trans-Pacific Partnership, whether InternetNZ will move into the telco user space and he considers the departing Telecom CEO's view of regulation.
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InternetNZ president Frank March telecommutes for the Ministry of Economic Development four days a week from his home in Motueka. He claims to be “20 percent retired”. As an MED official, he can’t talk about official government policy, but agreed to speak to Stephen Bell about internet governance and the government-backed broadband rollouts.
InternetNZ has announced the official results in this year's elections — and Frank March is the organisation's new president.