New Zealand Internet Research Day
This is a one day community focused gathering as part of this year’s NetHui, to be held in Wellington 8 July. The Internet Research Day will bring together an emerging community of Internet Researchers from around New Zealand. All academic, industry, government, and consultant researchers are welcome to attend, to discuss internet research at all levels: from highlighting particular Internet-related research topics, to exploring developing research initiatives, or to investigate funding opportunities.
The day will include presentations from InternetNZ-funded research projects on Internet policy and legal issues, a plenary discussion, break-out groups focusing on specific research topics, and a project to “Hack-a-Journal’ as a foundation activity of this Internet research network.
Introducing a research focused component as part of NetHui will provide valuable opportunities to engage with other researchers, as well as industry, government and the wider community on contemporary Internet issues and be part of a growing New Zealand Internet Research Community.
9.30am Research Presentations:
Jurisdictional Limits of NZ Privacy Law in The Cloud: James Mahuta-Coyle
Developing a NZ Internet Freedom Index: Joy Liddicoat, APC
10.30am Morning tea
10.50am Panel: The State of Internet Research in NZ
- John Hine, VUW, School of Engineering and Computer Science
- Keitha Booth, LINZ
- Sylvia Cadena, APNIC
- Rochelle Furneaux, Enspiral Legal
- Allan Bell, AUT, ICDC
11.50am Discussion: What do you think are are the top 10 Internet issues for NZ?
1.30pm Hack the Field: group discussion and collaborative reporting (Hack a Journal)
3.30pm Afternoon Tea