Death and the Internet was an InternetNZ speaker series event that took place on 9 June - both in Wellington and online.
View the video of the interactive session here:
What happens to your online information when you die? Narelle Clark - Deputy CEO at the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network - asks this question through an interactive session exploring modern death, rights, and technology.
The session will involve (optional) crowd participation, and will feature experts in the areas explored by Narelle, answering real-life predicaments and considerations. The session will be livestreamed for those who can't attend in person.
The event will take place on 9 June. Doors open at 5pm and nibbles and drinks will be provided. The session will be finished by 7pm. Please RSVP here
Social: #INZSpeakerSeries #DeathAndTheNet
If you are unable to come along in person, you can watch the session via live-stream. The live-stream will be showing at this link once the event begins.
We have two other events in the 2016 speaker series. Keep an eye out for invitations closer to the dates.
There is a code of conduct for our speaker series events. Read this here.