TEDxCanberra is a platform for sharing ideas — and we also share some basic ground rules around privacy, civility and the rights of creators. If you’re interested in using a TEDxCanberra Talk in your project, discussing a talk or joining our community, you’ll find our basic guidelines right here.
At TEDxCanberra, our goal is to spread ideas. We encourage the community, non-profit organizations, bloggers, news media and the like to share TEDxCanberra Talks through social media and to embed individual talks in contextually relevant ways on non-commercial websites using embed code. Non-commercial usage of TEDxCanberra Talks should follow the terms of our specific Creative Commons license Attribution – NonCommercial – NonDerivative (BY-NC-ND) and the guidelines that are listed on this page, which may be updated from time to time.
TEDxCanberra’s website is a place to promote conversation and sharing of good ideas. It welcomes anyone willing to join us in this pursuit. A few ground rules for civility will keep things running smoothly.
TEDxCanberra encourages our community to discover and share ideas with one another. We gather limited information about you, with your consent, to make your experience better. We take your privacy very seriously, and make every effort to safeguard your personal data and give you options.
We want everyone who attends one of our events to have a good time, free of stress. There are a few rules around registration and behavior at events you should understand.