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NetHui 2017: Trust and Freedom On the Internet


Thu 9 Nov 2017, 8:30am–5:00pm
Fri 10 Nov 2017, 8:30am–5:00pm

Where: Aotea Centre, 50 Mayoral Dr, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • NetHui registration: $55.00
  • NetHui champion ticket: $150.00
  • Additional fees may apply


Listed by: InternetNZ

New Zealand’s favourite Internet gathering is returning 9 & 10 November to Auckland's Aotea Centre.

NetHui brings everybody and anybody that wants to talk about the Internet together. We’re not a conference and speakers won’t talk at you all day. NetHui is a community event – made for the community, by the community.

Jillian York - our international keynote:
Jillian C. York is a writer and activist focused on the intersection of technology and policy. Based in Berlin, she currently serves as the Director for International Freedom of Expression at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, where she works on free expression, privacy, and digital security.

Jillian is a fellow at the Center for Internet and Human Rights at the European University Viadrina and a member of the Deep Lab collective. She serves on the IFEX Council, the steering committee of the Web We Want, and on the Advisory Boards of SMEX, R-Shief, and the Engine Room.

Michele A’Court - our fabulous MC:
We are so thrilled to have secured the very funny and talented Michele A’Court to be our MC. Michele has blessed us with her witty MC’ing at a number of NetHuis and is always a huge hit with all attendees.

Participation and collaboration are at the heart of NetHui. The full programme is currently in the process of being designed by the community. Be part of the conversations to help make a better Internet for a better New Zealand.

We are also hosting side events on 8 November including the NZ Internet Research Forum.

More information can be found on the NetHui website:

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