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shayansh

internet scams » The Hidden Costs of Australia's Mandatory Internet Filter - 0 views

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    Informs about costs of internet filtering
Vienna Hui Chen

Australia Will Censor the Internet: Internet Censorship in Australia will be Mandatory ... - 0 views

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    Australia set out to have as tough internet censorship has China, North Korea, Cuba and Iran.
Alex Simpson

Internet filtering and young people - Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre - UNSW research ... - 0 views

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    links to: websinthe.blogspot.com/...p-filter-is-dangerous-for.html
Chris Lim

Filtering in Oz: Australia's Foray into Internet Censorship by Derek Bambauer :: SSRN - 0 views

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    Discusses Australia as a representation of Western democracies towards legitimating Internet filtering as opposed to other alternatives that are available to prevent access to "undersirable information".
Michelle Vuong

Joint Press Conference, Perth > Tony Abbott - 0 views

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    Interview Transcript of Tony Abbot. Leader of the Opposition on Internet Filtering
katherinecollins

Australia to test Internet filtering (read: censorship) this month | TechCrunch - 0 views

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    australian government wants to block access to illegal material on the internet - pornography or terrorist websites
katherinecollins

Censorship by Australian Bureaucrats is illegal people…. | Chriswakeford's Blog - 0 views

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    australia is blocking more than just child pornography sites
Lucas Jones

Is Internet Filtering Effective? « SecureThinking - 0 views

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    googleblog

    "the Australian Federal Government has announced its intention to introduce new legislation to compel Australian Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to filter all information transfer in Australia, with the intent of stopping the general public from accessing selected information."
Emma McKinnon

Australian Internet Filtering - OCAU Wiki - 0 views

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    this website cited the article:
    TechCrunch | What's up with Australia's planned Internet filter?
rosenberg

Who supports compulsory Internet filtering, exactly? | Solar Power Adelaide - Buy Solar... - 0 views

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    When asked "Do you agree with the Federal Government's policy to make ISP level filtering mandatory for all Australians?" 79% either disagreed or strongly disagreed.
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    A post questioning any signs of public support for a filter among Australians.
Divya Singh

Letter from Senator Conroy regarding ISP filtering « OnsMatch - 1 views

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    Conroy, The Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy in Australia, confirms and clarifies the filtering of the internet as a protection method.
Nicolle Di Sano

Electronic Frontiers Australia » Mandatory Filtering: Minimum legitimacy requ... - 0 views

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    link: internet-censorship-australia.blogspot.com
Nicolle Di Sano

Australian Government ISP Filtering - 0 views

Lucas Jones

Internet censorship in Australia | ieyenews - 1 views

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    This post talks about The Broadcasting Services Amendment (Online Services) Act 1990. It talks about the ineffectiveness of filtering software and the cost to Ausralia. Google Blog
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    The Australian Internet Industry has a list of 16 approved filters. However, testing by Computer Choice found that innocuous content, such as medical sites, were often blocked while some adult content passed through the filter.

    The filtering software products are ineffective, and Australia cannot control websites hosted outside its borders.
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    Article on Australian Governement censoring websites. Spending $9.8 million. Possibly futile. Not many Australians enjoy a truly free online experience (only 21%).
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    Australia remained one of the strictest western country to censor internet and filter ISPs (google blog search)
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    googleblog

    "Australia's off-line censorship laws are among the most restrictive in Western democracies and the Net censorship laws are more akin to those in totalitarian regimes than to those, if any, in other countries purporting to be Western democracies."
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