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Australia's biggest internet providers begin blocking an Interpol list of child abuse websites,
This filtering scheme – voluntary for ISPs but not users - is much milder than the mandatory filtering policy proposed by Communications Minister Stephen Conroy,
Optus said it was in the process of implementing blocks of Interpol's list for its customers but had not yet committed to filtering ACMA's list
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Senator Conroy's spokesman said the government was still committed to introducing its heavily criticised mandatory ISP filtering scheme
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The voluntary filtering being introduced by some of Australia’s major internet service providers (ISPs) is on shaky legal ground
content filters based on Interpol’s blacklist of child exploitation material rather than the relevant portions of the blacklist that continues to be compiled by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).
But is that the way we make laws? We just leave the commercial sector to do its own thing?
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