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Thursday, October 3 • 14:15 - 15:15
Panel: The Internet After Christchurch

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Facilitators
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Jordan Carter

Chief Executive, InternetNZ
Interested in the whole array of Internet Governance issues. Particularly following these current debates:- Terrorist and violent extremist content-copyright reform- network neutrality- economic gains from Internet use- Internet governance reform

Speakers
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Anjum Rahman

Founder, Inclusive Aotearoa Collective Tāhono
Anjum Rahman (MNZM, FCA) is the founder and Project Lead for the Inclusive Aotearoa Collective Tāhono, working to develop and implement a national Strategy for Belonging and Inclusion. She is currently one of the co-chairs of the Christchurch Call Advisory Network, and a member... Read More →
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David Shanks

Chief Censor, The Classification Office
David Shanks is New Zealand’s Chief Censor and leads the Classification Office, an Independent Crown Entity.David is a barrister and solicitor who has executive experience in both private and public sector senior roles.He’s now responsible for protecting New Zealanders from harm... Read More →
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Ellen Strickland

Chief Advisor, International, InternetNZ
Ellen leads the coordination of our international work across the InternetNZ group. She provides strategic advice on international matters and engages in Internet governance processes for InternetNZ. Ellen has two cats, one dog and one daughter, and she plays a mean game of Scrab... Read More →
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Jillian York

Director, International Freedom of Expression, Electronic Frontier Foundation
Jillian C. York is EFF's Director for International Freedom of Expression and is based in Berlin, Germany. Her work examines state and corporate censorship and its impact on culture and human rights. At EFF, she leads Onlinecensorship.org and works on platform censorship and accountability; state censorship; and digital security. Jillian writes regularly for the New Internationalist and her work has also been featured in Motherboard, Buzzfeed, the Guardian, Quartz, the Washington Post, and the New York Times, among... Read More →
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Konstantinos Komaitis

Senior Director, Policy Development and Strategy, Internet Society
Dr. Konstantinos Komaitis is the Senior Director, Policy Development and Strategy at the Internet Society. Konstantinos provides analysis and strategic advice in support of the Internet Society’s policy, advocacy and mission, including the promotion of the open development, evolution... Read More →
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Ross Young

Government Affairs & Public Policy Manager, Google
Born and bred in Wellington, Ross manages government affairs and public policy for Google in New Zealand. After completing degrees in psychology and law, he worked in the public and private sectors in New Zealand and overseas - including the BBC, Vodafone Australia, Minority Rights... Read More →


Thursday October 3, 2019 14:15 - 15:15 NZDT
(a) Amokura, Level 4