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Thursday, October 3 • 15:45 - 16:45
Building a New Zealand Disinformation Response Action Plan

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There is now a body of public reports and commentary on the ways that bad actors will seek to influence discussion online with the intention to spread division among communities. New Zealand is small, but it’s not insignificant, particularly in light of our global advocacy around preventing the spread of harmful online extremism. What is New Zealand doing to prepare itself for online coordinated interference in public discussion? This session will focus on specific goals, responsibilities and outcomes with a view to develop an action plan that can be used to guide nationwide response.

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Tom Barraclough

Director, Researcher, Brainbox Institute (Ltd)
I’m an independent legal researcher working with others on projects generously funded by the New Zealand Law Foundation and Netsafe. With Curtis Barnes, I co-direct the Brainbox Institute (Ltd), to provide a home for legal research into emerging technologies. Check out our report... Read More →

Thursday October 3, 2019 15:45 - 16:45 NZDT
(b) Rangimarie 1, Level 3