Yesterday, Peter Coroneos sat down with Michael Malone in Centennial Park Sydney, to reminisce over some of the highs and lows of the last 30 years, as we wind down the final weeks until the 30th Anniversary of the Internet in Australia Celebrations.
In what could have been a scene from a political thriller, a fascinating 20-minute conversation took place on a park bench in Canberra yesterday between Alastair MacGibbon and Peter Coroneos, where the past, present and future of the Internet was discussed.
11 years ago, High Court Judge Michael Kirby gave a deeply insightful and occasionally hilarious keynote address "Four Parables of Regulating the Net" at the Internet Industry Association Gala dinner.
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