About NetThing Forum – Panel Session Internet Platform Regulation: Emerging Issues

The School of Communications and Arts (Digital, Culture and Society) UQ and the Asia-Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC) invite you to attend a special panel session: Internet Platform Regulation: Emerging Issues.

Date: Thursday 27 October

Time: 2.30-4.30PM

Venue: ViewPoint Room, UQ, St Lucia Campus.

RSVP: Monday 24 October

This panel is part of the annual Netthing forum that is scheduled to take place Thursday 27 – Friday 28 of October. Netthing is Australia’s version of the Internet Governance Forum, a multistakeholder group involved in conversations on the Internet and its futures with a range of stakeholders including the government, the private sector and civil society.

There will be three issues that will be discussed by the panel, followed by a Q&A session:

  1. The Transactional Economy, Fintech and Crypto Scams: Mark Solomons (IFW Global) Adrian Athique (UQ)
  2. Alcohol advertising, Youth & Regulation: Kathryn Backholer (Deakin), Nic Carah (UQ)
  3. Facial recognition, AI & Regulation: Christopher O’Neill (Monash) & Dr. Amy Dobson, (Curtin University)

This event will be ‘live’ for Netthing participants online.

This will be a catered event.