Monthly Archives: December 2009

We are stepping up the campaign on mandatory internet filtering, and we are looking for some help. Please see our December newsletter for more information on how you can help. We are also looking to hire a community and campaign … Continue reading

Electronic Frontiers Australia today expressed its surprise and concern that the operators of the satirical protest site StephenConroy.com.au were given only three hours to justify their "connection to" the domain name. Under Australian domain name regulations, it is quite common … Continue reading

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(Originally posted at Crikey!). The Government's nicely-timed announcement last week that they will proceed next year with their Internet censorship scheme has not only drawn widespread ire in Australia but has continued to raise eyebrows overseas. The filter has been … Continue reading

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EFA has received many queries from overseas in the last few days asking: What on earth is going on down there? Well, we hoped that sense would prevail; that more important policies would get in the way, or that the … Continue reading

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The government's announcement yesterday that it would press ahead with its mandatory ISP filtering scheme is as unsurprising as it is disappointing. Many people with concerns about the plan had hoped that the Minister would finally get some good advice, … Continue reading

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