Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA) today urged state governments to continue the momentum for classification reform, following a lack of agreement by the Standing Committee of Attorneys-General to establish an adults-only classification for computer games. Currently, computer games that would be … Continue reading

There have been some very interesting developments in the last week in the push to finally reform the classification system to create an R-18+ rating for computer games. It's an issue that has languished for years despite overwhelming public support. … Continue reading

Tagged , , , |

Electronic Frontiers Australia today welcomed the Government's announcement that it supports an adults-only category for computer games, ahead of a meeting of Australian attorneys-general this Friday. "In banning all games that are not suitable for children, Australia is an outlier … Continue reading

Tagged , , |

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

Tagged , , , |

A Joint Select Committee on Cyber-Safety has been set up as of 15th of March 2010. While this is a good thing as far as investigating ways in which Australians might need help or guidance online, those interested in online … Continue reading