The Google form Get Involved allows participants to propose sessions, meetups and/or side events, share speaker and panelist ideas, and volunteer.
The keynote address takes place at 11am, followed by the launch of ‘Copyright in the Digital Age: an economic assessment of fair use in New Zealand,’ a Deloitte Report. There are also barcamps and discussion sessions.
The plenary panel: The Future of Copyright takes place at 330pm. Panellists reflect on the day as Colin Peacock (host of RNZ Media Watch) leads a discussion about the challenges and opportunities facing copyright in the coming years: what might change, what needs to change, and what we should be thinking about as creators, users, and citizens of the internet.
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Since 2010 NetHui brings everybody and anybody that wants to talk about the Internet together. It is not a conference and speakers won’t talk at you all day. NetHui is a community event – made for the community, by the community. Hashtag:
NetHui is New Zealand’s multi-stakeholder event on Internet governance and policy issues.
Seen our new paper “Getting copyright right in the Information Age?” It explores issues where NZ copyright laws may not fully enable the benefits of the Internet. https://t.co/ZNcwec2he5 pic.twitter.com/KTootyW7eq
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