Monthly Archives: September 2012

auDA CEO Chris Disspain on ABC Radio Ballarat

CEO Chris Disspain talked to ABC Ballarat presenter Prue Bentley about the upcoming Australian Internet Governance Forum (auIGF), the role of auDA in the .au domain and the burning question: “Who controls the Internet?”
Listen below:
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2012 auDA Foundation funding announced

The auDA Foundation Board have just announced the outcomes of the 2012 Funding Round.  This year 12 projects were awarded a total of $371,431 and include the funding of two 3 year PhD scholarships.  2012 is the 6th funding round and the Foundation has … Continue reading

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2012 auDA Foundation funding announced

The auDA Foundation board will fund a PhD thesis that enables Indigenous communities to access and use three dimensional (3D) models of Australian landscapes.
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Call for nominations for election to auDA Board

The election will take place at auDA’s Annual General Meeting, to be held on Monday 12 November 2012 in Sydney.
The AGM will elect four Directors to the Board, to replace the Directors who must retire from the Board in accordance with auDA’s Constituti… Continue reading

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auIGF: Join in the debate around Australia’s Internet future

It’s only one month to go until the Australian Internet Governance Forum (auIGF) begins in Canberra. There’s a plethora of issues to be discussed surrounding the core themes of access, openness and privacy, security and internet governance.
We expect t… Continue reading

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