NetHui South

October 26th, 2012 at 12:00 pm by David Farrar

If you live in the South Island and are annoyed all the good conferences are in the North Island, well is having a NetHui South conference in Dunedin on Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th November.

It’s only $40 registration, and ICT Minister Amy Adams is a keynote speaker. Sessions scheduled so far include:

  • Usable Security
  • Dunedin Digital Strategy
  • ¬†Creative Commons
  • Rights-based approach to the Internet
  • Digital inclusion
  • Copyright & the Internet
  • Regulating bad behaviour online
  • Cybersecurity: at a tipping point?
  • Internet Governance
  • Vision 2020 with Clare Curran and Gareth Hughes
  • Internet-enabled opportunities for New Zealand
  • ¬†Is the notice and consent privacy model dead?

I’m on one of the panels and involved with a couple of the workshops. Hope to see some mainlanders there.

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4 Responses to “NetHui South”

  1. Pete George (23,798 comments) says:

    Good to see this being held in Dunedin. I’m already registered.

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  2. graham (2,348 comments) says:

    “Vision 2020 with Clare Curran and Gareth Hughes”. Wait for someone to ask Gareth about the ever-increasing power to run the data centres and watch it all turn to custard.

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  3. jasonh (19 comments) says:

    Ah but Graham newer tech is making datacentres a lot less power intensive and a lot more efficient, which the Greens advocate.
    Please check you bias at the door.
    Thank you

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  4. Bed Rater (239 comments) says:

    “Please check you bias at the door.”

    You must be new here..

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