NetSafe CEO Martin Cocker looks at the need to listen to ‘non-expert’ voices to re-shape the online safety equation, and the unique role NetHui can play in achieving that.   Harm is lost benefit Any new technology has the potential to do good (digital opportunities) and harm (digital challenges). On the end of those harms… Read more >>

NetHui 2015’s programme – developed with the NZ Internet community – has been finalised with a diverse array of sessions exploring issues which will affect the future of the Internet. Full NetHui programme InternetNZ Chief Executive Jordan Carter says he is thrilled about this year’s programme, and that the New Zealand Internet community has brought… Read more >>

This year’s NetHui will be filled with discussion on important Internet issues in New Zealand. It’ll also see an injection of international perspective as the global Internet Society joins the event. As our programme firms up, we want to share with you some of the great sessions we have planned. Day 0 (Wednesday 8 July)… Read more >>


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Gold sponsors
  • ISOC
  • Facebook
  • SiteHost
  • Spark
  • Google
  • IntelliPath
Silver sponsor
  • Huawei
Bronze sponsor
Lanyard sponsor
  • MYOB
Fellowship sponsor
Other sponsors
  • Bypass Network Services
  • Trade Me
  • Department of Internal Affairs
  • Wigley + Company solicitors
  • Institute of IT Professionals
  • Telecommunications Users Association of New Zealand
  • NetSafe
  • Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand
  • Rural Women New Zealand
  • Crown Fibre Holdings
  • Network 4 Learning
  • InternetNZ
  • 2020 Communications Trust
  • CORE Education