Monthly Archives: February 2006

Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA) today expressed concern over the banning of a computer game dealing with graffiti and called for reform of the Australian censorship regime to bring it into line with community expectations. Under current censorship laws, the highest … Continue reading

Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA), in conjunction with the Australian Consumers' Association and the NSW Council for Civil Liberties, has lodged an amicus curiae application with the Full Federal Court in appeal proceedings regarding the Kazaa file-sharing software. The three public … Continue reading

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