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Tuesday, August 23 • 11:30 - 12:30
What stories are (not) Open? Tapu Data
What are the implications for open sharing? How does privacy work in an open world? Tapu data. How do we acknowlege wisdom and history in a world where everything is open and shared? 

This workshop will focus on how open doesn't necessitate public, open can be private too.

Speakers
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Chris Cormack

Koha Team, Catalyst IT
Kāi Tahu, Kāti Mamoe Christopher Cormack has a BSc in Computer Science and a BA in Mathematics and Māori Studies. While working for Katipo Communications he was the lead developer of the original version of Koha, which went live at Horowhenua Library Trust on January 5, 2000. Since then he has served various roles in the community: Release manager, QA manager and Translation manager. Christopher works for Catalyst IT in Wellington and... Read More →
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Nat Dudley

Figure.NZ
Nat is the Head of Design for Figure.NZ, where she spends her days helping us all to see New Zealand clearly by making open data findable and useable. She was formerly the Solutions and UX Lead for Vend, a retail SaaS platform. A user experience designer by trade, Nat advocates for an intersectional, inclusive approach to designing our future. | | In her (elusive) spare time, she works with conferences, events and companies to make NZ's tech... Read More →
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Matt Muller

Inflection
Matt Muller is Director of Trust & Identity at Inflection, a US-based company with a goal of building trust on the Internet so that people can connect with confidence online and in person. A Privacy by Design Ambassador and Certified Information Privacy Professional, Matt is passionate about digital advocacy, online privacy, and creating better mechanisms for individual control over personal information. He is a frequent visitor to New... Read More →


Tuesday August 23, 2016 11:30 - 12:30
Auditorium