Monthly Archives: February 2010

The Review on the introduction of an R18+ rating for computer games closes on Sunday. To all of you who have not yet made a submission, I encourage you to do so. To make a submission, use the template provided … Continue reading

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If you're a┬ápolitician, and something nasty is brought to your attention, what do you do? The best and sometimes only tool in your toolbox is the one you reach for. The tool is this: to pass a law banning it.┬áTherefore, … Continue reading

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Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA) today welcomed the results of a recent survey that found Australian Internet users do not support the idea of mandatory Internet filtering. The preliminary results of the Australian Broadband Survey 2009, conducted by Whirlpool (whirlpool.net.au), found … Continue reading

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Michael Geist is reporting that the text of the secret Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) chapter on internet enforcement has been leaked. As suspected, the text is unlikely to require major changes to Australian law, but it does do two very … Continue reading

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Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA) today welcomed the widespread opposition to the the Rudd Government's mandatory Internet filtering plan. "There are dozens of organisations and groups that are working against the Government's plan to censor the Internet, highlighting the depth of … Continue reading