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Parties strut tech policies at second Digital Future Panel debate

Parties strut tech policies at second Digital Future Panel debate

Major political parties outline their ICT and digital policies at Wellington debate

The Digital Future Panel Debate gets underway with three parties represented.

The Digital Future Panel Debate gets underway with three parties represented.

The second Digital Future Panel debate took place on 30 August in Wellington, featuring Greens MP Gareth Hughes, Labour's Clare Curran and the National Party candidate Brett Hudson.

The first debate can be viewed here.

The second debate, sponsored by law firm Buddle Finlay and organised by The Institute of IT Professionals, Internet NZ and NZ Tech, is embedded below.


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