I’m one of four guest speakers in an online public meeting organised by the Greens, to discuss recent copyright legislation and its implications.
The meeting is at 7 pm tomorrow (Wed 25 May) and it is hosted by Gareth Hughes MP. The guest spakers are myself, Thomas Beagle (TechLiberty), Bronwyn Holloway-Smith (Creative Freedom Foundation) and Vikram Kumar (InternetNZ).
The meeting website says:
This site will be updated with more information on how to participate. You will be able to take part by sending your questions and comments via twitter or by emailing Gareth.
You can also get involved by going to the facebook event page
Hope to see a few people online for it tomorrow. I’m looking forward to the discussion. The Greens have been consitently reliable on the copyright issue, opposing the original S92A. The replacement law is a big improvement, but it is still going to potentially impact hundreds of thousands of New Zealanders so if you are interested in the details, come along.No tag for this post.