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Topic # 25864 4-Sep-2008 10:13
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Folks, please check the TVNZ7 Internet Debate (in association with InternetNZ), which will be broadcasted live, 23rd September 2008 9:10pm on TVNZ7 (Freeview).




This will be an organised debate on ICT issues, streamed live to the official website and TVNZ7’s site, directly from Avalon Studios.

The debate involves four politicians quizzed on major areas of ICT policy with questions coming from you through the online chat, a studio audience, and experienced journalists.

The politicians are Labour’s Minister of Communications Hon David Cunliffe, National ICT Spokesperson Hon Maurice Williamson, ACT Leader Hon Rodney Hide and Greens ICT Spokesperson Metiria Turei.

You can participate live through an IRC channel or by posting your questions in our Geekzone forums - we have created a special ICT Policy and Regulation forum specially for this event. There you will find the discussions for each topic (direct links below) and you will be submit questions:

     * Broadband (includes infrastructure, productivity, sustainability)
     * Convergence (includes broadcasting and mobile)
     * Copyright (includes open source)
     * Cybersafety (includes privacy and security as well)
     * Digital Divide (includes rural and TSO as well)

Please get started by posting your questions in each of the topics.




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  Reply # 167253 26-Sep-2008 08:38
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Bah, missed it.  It only just showed up in the feeds.  Odd that.




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  Reply # 167290 26-Sep-2008 10:48
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You can watch it online now.
http://debate.net.nz/

Chris




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