Monthly Archives: January 2010

The negotiations for the ACTA, the secret Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, are underway in Mexico this week, and there's been a lot of coverage around the world of the lack of transparency in these talks. For those who are not familiar … Continue reading

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All this week Australian websites having been going black as part of the Great Australian Internet Blackout. ¬†So far this online demonstration has successfully reached a wide range of audiences, educating them about the problems with the Government's mandatory Internet … Continue reading

Electronic Frontiers Australia today announced that over 500 web Australian sites will be "blacked out" on Australia day in protest against the Rudd government's mandatory Internet filtering plan. Included among them are the Australian Greens, an Internet service provider, media … Continue reading

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Ever since I became campaign manager for the EFA's campaign against the Government's mandatory Internet filter two and a half weeks ago, I have been overwhelmed by the level of enthusiasm and support for the EFA's campaign. ¬†Accordingly, the most … Continue reading

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The next round of negotiations on the secret Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) are due to begin this week in Guadalajara, Mexico. On the agenda this week are civil copyright measures, border measures, internet enforcement measures, and, very briefly, the issue … Continue reading

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