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Greens Senator Scott Ludlam yesterday rose to address the Senate specifically on the subject of the Rudd government's mandatory internet filter. The speech is easily the most substantial given in Parliament to date, and was withering in its assessment of … Continue reading

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EFA's web hosting provider was today the recipient of a Link Deletion notice from ACMA for an article on our web site ironically entitled "Net censorship already having a chilling effect". The original article included a link to a page … Continue reading

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A recent study entitled "Filtering in Oz: Australia's Foray Into Internet Censorship" by Derek Bambauer of the Brooklyn Law School in New York examines the Rudd Government's upcoming Internet filtering plan and provides a thorough analysis of its legitimacy. This … Continue reading

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Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA), in conjunction with the Australian Consumers' Association and the NSW Council for Civil Liberties, has lodged an amicus curiae application with the Full Federal Court in appeal proceedings regarding the Kazaa file-sharing software. The three public … Continue reading

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