APNIC will be attending NetHui 2014 this week in Auckland, New Zealand from 9 to 11 July 2014.
NetHui is New Zealand’s multistakeholder conference on Internet cooperation and policy issues. The theme for this year’s NetHui is “The next 25 years of the Internet”.
Geoff Huston will participate in InTAC, the New Zealand Internet Technical Architecture conference session on Wednesday, 9 July at 11:00 (UTC +12), and will present on the “Future uses of DNSSEC”.
He will also be participating as a panellist on the “Internet and NZ: the next 25 years” session, on Tuesday, 10 July at 10:30 (UTC +12) to share some of his thoughts on what the Internet may bring to New Zealand in the coming decades.
Elly Tawhai will participate in the Youth Forum on Wednesday, 9 July from 11:00 (UTC +12) and will give a short talk on net neutrality.
To find out more about NetHui 2014, and to follow the sessions remotely, visit the event website.
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