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Jane Ton

It's possible for Australia's NBN Co to censor the Internet. - 0 views

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    2010 Article which explains that Australia's NBN could filter the internet and how this could change our relationship with it.
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    Gives an overview of the proposed filter and questions and whether the implementation of the NBN will make it easier for the government to filter the internet.

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    Bagging out the Labor party
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Does a Green Senate mean Internet censorship is dead? | Australian Policy Online - 0 views

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    Greens in control of senate - author discusses what this means for Gillard and Conroy's Internet censorship plan.

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    Green senates vote against an internet censorship bill brought in my the Gillard government. Does Australia need more censorship laws?
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    The Green government's position in the senate and its profound effect on hindering Australian Internet Censorship
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    The Greens and internet censorship
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    Very detailed post initially discussing the Greens role and views then dives into the issues surrounding Internet censorship.
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    Article discussing the possibility that the current proposed internet censorship legislation will be scrapped with the Green Party's control of the Senate

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    Greens control of the senate means that internet censorship might not happen.

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    "With the Greens now in control of the Australian Senate is the Gillard government's plans for Internet censorship dead asks Jo Coghlan. "
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    The role of the Greens in at the very least stalling plans for the internet filter until senate elections in 2013
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