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Trust and Freedom on the Internet: Nethui 2017

Photo: Moeraki Boulders

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The theme for NetHui 2017 was Trust and Freedom on the Internet. The 2017 event took place November 9-10 in Auckland at the Aotea Centre.

Key Links
https://2017.nethui.nz
https://2017.nethui.nz/code-of-conduct
https://2017.nethui.nz/venue
https://www.facebook.com/NetHuiNZ
https://twitter.com/NetHuiNZ
https://livestream.com/i-filmservices

November 8

On the day before NetHui kicks off there are side events running at the Aotea Centre. These events have separate registrations from NetHui. More information about each event, including timings, registration and room information, is available below.

November 9

Collaborative notes for Day 1 (Google Docs)

Keynote

Māori Digital Future

https://2017.nethui.nz/thursday-livestream

TIME LOWER NZI UPPER NZI 4 UPPER NZI 5 UPPER NZI 6 LIMELIGHT GOODMAN FIELDER
8 am Registration opens 
9 am Mihi and waiata tautoko
9:15 am Scene-setting: InternetNZ CE, Jordan Carter
9:30 am Ministerial address – The Honourable Clare Curran
10 am Morning tea
10:30 am Keynote: Jillian York, EFF
11:20 am Transition
11:30 am Download session:

Common Web Platform 
Skry Adamson

(11:30-12)

Download session:
Strategic thinking roadmap
Clive Francis 

(12-12:30)

Discussion session: 

Sex sells, but who’s paying? Jess Ducey & Nat Dudley

Discussion session:

Māori Digital Futures
Sarah Lee

Discussion session:

Work that ICT can/cannot do
Ian Mitchell

OMGTech workshop for kids Chill-out room
12:30 pm Lunch
1:30 pm Download session:

Universal Acceptance Project
Don Hollander(1:30-2)

Download session:

Incredible Skies
Robyn Kamira

(2-2:30)

Discussion session:

Co-design with the Blind Foundation
Miriam Walker & Louise von Sierakowski

Discussion session:

Copyright
Katrina Sutich, Jessica Coates & Mandy Henk

Discussion session:

What about the kids?
Anjie Webster and Neil Melhuish​

OMGTech workshop for kids Chill-out room
2:30 pm Transition
2:40 pm Download session Discussion session:

Next generation internet powering jobs & the economy
Rohan MacMahon

Discussion session:

Ethics and safety in the AI age
Peter Harrison

Discussion session:

Identifying and bridging digital divides
Jon Brewer, Sue West, Sam Grover & Laurence Millar

OMGTech workshop for kids finishes 3.30pm Chill-out room
3:40 pm Afternoon tea
4:15 pm Panel: Freedom of Expression, otherness, safety and consequences (Lower NZI)
MC: Charlotte Graham. Panellists: Jillian York, John Edwards, Jon Duffy, Vanisa Dhiru
5:15 pm Day 1 wrap-up session
5:30 – 6:30 pm Networking function
6:30 – 7:30 pm Meet-up:

Digital literacy special interest group
Nigel Robertson, Tracey Morgan &
Anne-Louise Robertson

Meet-up:

NetSquared
Bill Dashfield

Meet-up:

Digital Natives Academy
Potaua Biasiny-Tule

Meet-up:

Internet Startups, Entrepreneurs, and Social Entrepreneurs
Dave Moskovitz & Skry Adamson

Meet-up:  Meet-up:

November 10

Collaborative notes for Day 2 (Google Docs)

https://2017.nethui.nz/friday-livestream/

Games for Good

TIME LOWER NZI UPPER NZI 4 UPPER NZI 5 UPPER NZI 6 LIMELIGHT GOODMAN FIELDER
8 am Registration opens
9 am Welcome
9:10 am Keynote: Pia Waugh, Lab+
9:45 am Panel: Digital Democracy

MC: Megan Whelan

Pia Waugh, Alex Sims & Marianne Eliott

Lower NZI

10:30 am Special launch event – Southern Cross Cable, Bronwyn Holloway-Smith
10:45 am Morning tea
11:15 am Discussion session:

Blockchain and cryptocurrency
Jevon Wright & Joy Liddicoat

Discussion session:

Digital: inclusion, literacy, and education
Samuel Beyer & Sue West

Discussion session:
Rural connectivity
William Liu & Michelle Baguley 
Discussion session:

Open Government Partnership
Keitha Booth (OGP independent reviewer)

Barcamp Chill-out room
12:15 pm Lunch
1:15 pm Discussion session:

NZ’s Digital Future: setting the agenda
Dave Moskovitz & Andrew Cushen

Discussion session:

Privacy’s New Look
Paul Holmes, Fiona Colman & Nat Dudley

Discussion session:

Harmful Digital Communications Act
Martin Cocker & David Harvey

Discussion session:

Whare Hauora
Amber Craig, Hiria Te Rangi & Brenda Wallace

Barcamp Chill-out room
2:20 pm Transition
2:30 pm Discussion session:

Internet filtering debate
Shane Hobson and Andrew Cushen

Discussion session:

Games for good
Stephen Knightly &
Richard Durham

Discussion session:

Social and cultural implications of the internet
Don Hollander & Amber Craig

Discussion session:

Analog regulation, digital world
James Ting-Edwards & Eric Crampton

Barcamp Chill-out room
3:30 pm Afternoon tea 
4 pm Panel: Trust and Deception (Lower NZI)

Ben Creet, Jamison Johnson & Laura Bell

4:45 pm Wrap-up session
5 pm NetHui 2017 finishes

 

Code of Conduct = Kaupapa

NetHui is a community event about the Internet, where everyone’s opinions and ideas are equally valued. The event is open to all people regardless of age, background, gender or ethnicity.

A respectful, open attitude towards others is expected from all participants, speakers, exhibitors and volunteers. Harassment of any kind will not be tolerated and may result in your removal from the event.

The four pillars

  • Respect people.
  • Enable participation.
  • Stay on topic.
  • Keep it safe.

Code of conduct

NetHui is dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, ethnicity, age or religion.

We do not tolerate harassment of NetHui participants in any form.

Participants asked to stop any harassing behaviour will be expected to comply immediately. NetHui participants who break these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from NetHui at the discretion of the organisers.

Harassment includes verbal comments that reinforce social structures of domination related to gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, ethnicity, age, religion; sexual images in public spaces; deliberate intimidation; stalking; following; harassing photography or recording; sustained disruption of talks or other events; inappropriate physical contact; and unwelcome sexual attention.

Livestreaming Video

New Zealand takes the gold when it comes to live video streaming, making conferences accessible to the world. Our current choice of a benchmark event is New Zealand’s NetHui which since 2010 has made the most of face-to-face networking and online interaction via livestreaming video and collaboratively edited documents.

https://livestream.com/i-filmservices

Artwork / Cue Yourself
Kāupapa = The purpose and goals of an organization

Twitter
@NetHuiNZ
@InternetNZ
@jordantcarter
@ellenstrickland
@CC_Aotearoa
@jilliancyork
@justinepepp
@clarecurranmp
@GracefulLillian
@hollowaysmith
@StuFlemingNZ
@waateanews
@BR3NDA
@teh_aimee
@davemosk
@mr45144
@WhareHauora
@MediawatchNZ

Twitter Moment

Elsewhere on the Web
http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/nights/audio/2018621082/nethui-2017
https://www.beehive.govt.nz/speech/address-nethui-2017-aotea-centre-auckland
http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/te-manu-korihi/278943/maori-it-experts-critical-of-digital-divide
https://internetnz.nz/blog/hot-topics-nethui-2017-policies-and-social-implications
http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/BU1710/S00761/nethui-2017-trust-and-freedom.htm
https://www.waateanews.com/waateanews/x_story_id/MTc3NTU
https://nzinitiative.org.nz/reports-and-media/reports/analog-regulation-digital-world
https://www.cio.co.nz/article/629789/analog-regulation-digital-world-nz-must-keep-up-technology-change
http://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/news/business/government-considering-a-chief-technology-officer
http://bronwyn.co.nz
http://www.writehanded.org/blog/2017/11/10/to-you-live-from-bed

Artwork / Cue Yourself
Maori Proverbs (Whakatauki): It's fine to have recollections of the past but wisdom comes from being able to prepare opportunities for the future.

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