Monthly Archives: January 2010

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton yesterday delivered an important, wide-ranging speech on the subject of Internet freedom. Coming on the heels of the Chinese cyber-attacks on Google and other U.S. companies, and the increasing use of online censorship by … Continue reading

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The Rudd Government's mandatory ISP filtering bill will soon be introduced into Parliament, and we can only hope that the debate there will focus more on the real merits of the scheme - which are few and far between - … Continue reading

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Electronic Frontiers Australia has today launched a petition against the Government’s mandatory Internet filtering policy that will be presented to the Senate of the Parliament of Australia. You can sign the petition electronically by going to the this page and leaving … Continue reading

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Because mandatory Internet censorship is such a hot button issue in the technology community, the technology media has understandably provided their readers with something of a running commentary on the proposal for some two years.  This has been great for … Continue reading

Luke Lawrie from is organising a consultation event this weekend in Sydney about the introduction of an R18+ rating for computer games: The Commonwealth Government has released a discussion paper which briefly summarises the key arguments for and against … Continue reading