Copyright, killing creativity?
We were thrilled to host internationally renowned author, activist, journalist and blogger, Cory Doctorow – our opening speaker for NetHui Copyright 2018. He talked creativity and copyright, digital locks and open source and helped inspire hundreds of conversations throughout the day on changing technologies and behaviour, and the space that leaves for user rights – that’s you! Find out more about copyright and unlocking the creative potential of the internet in our latest paper Getting copyright right in the information age.
Helping NZ become a leading digital nation
It’s great to know the Government is supporting the development of New Zealand’s fast growing digital economy through a new Digital Economy Advisory Group and even better news that InternetNZ is lending its expertise through CE Jordan Carter’s appointment to the panel.
Find out how this Advisory Group plans to help our thriving digital sector and your quality of life.
InternetNZ sends industry experts around the world
Could this be you? Find out who and what projects InternetNZ funds and whether you fit the bill.
InternetNZ and NZRS - under one banner
NetHui Roadtrip 2018 - calling for ideas
NetHui is a collaborative event bringing together anyone and everyone interested in the Internet – how it works, how it could work, and what we can do to unlock its potential. This year, NetHui is going on the road to bring a series of one-day events to communities around the country, and we're looking for ideas for locations, suggestions for topics to cover and potential partners who would like to work with us to host an event in their town or city. Find out more about NetHui Roadtrip 2018 and how to get involved.
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