Monthly Archives: October 2010

Electronic Frontiers Australia is appearing before Senate committee on online privacy tomorrow. What are your concerns about online privacy? Leave your feedback in the comments below. Feedback from Twitter and Facebook: NewtonMark Mark Newton - @efa_oz The AG's #ozlog initiatives would be a good … Continue reading

Yesterday I spoke to the PM program on Radio National for a follow up on Google's WiFi privacy debacle, and have spoken to a few other media outlets as well. No doubt there's a lot of interest in the story because … Continue reading

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Here is a summary of the news items we shared this week on Twitter. Open Internet and No Clean Feed Once more #censorship of the web heads its ugly rear in Australia (via @telecomtvcom) #ACTA #OpenInternet Internet censorship is not the … Continue reading

Sometimes it can be hard to keep up with everything that is going on.  Here is a summary of the news items we shared this week on Twitter. Please let me know if you find a summary list like this one handy, … Continue reading

Much has been written and said about the Labor Government's plan to censor Australia's Internet. The plan, which involves a Government blacklist of web sites that all Australian Internet service providers would be required to block, has been criticised for … Continue reading

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