Monthly Archives: September 2010

You probably know that internet censorship is a hot topic. It's on the rise around the world and has been a big issue here in Australia, where a new push for censorship remains government policy. The internet is such a … Continue reading

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In today's edition of The Australian is an article written by James Massola called Fast broadband best served by market: UN report.  Massola quotes from the report by the UN’s Broadband Commission for Digital Development. The report recommends: "a market-led … Continue reading

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You may recall our story earlier this week about Gour Lentell's Anti-filter page Bet we can find 1 million Australians who say NO to the internet filter being blocked from making an update. The only indication as to why this … Continue reading

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A Facebook page against the controversial Mandatory ISP Censorship proposal has been blocked by Facebook. The Page admin, Gour Lentell discovered on Sunday 5 September that his publishing rights to Bet we can find 1 million Australians who say NO … Continue reading

The Labor government's plan to censor the Australian internet has entered the realm of farce. Despite scraping back into government by the barest of possible margins, Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has returned without delay to trumpeting his doomed scheme to … Continue reading

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