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Kerry J

Blocked Learning « - 0 views

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    A grassroots campaign started by the very intelligent, well-spoken Dean Groom to raise awareness of educator frustration over blocked sites. Read the post -- take action.
Kerry J

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    After Stephen Conroy's appearance on the ABC's Q and A programme someone hacked the Classification Board's web site -- here is a screen shot of it. As of 10am ACDT Friday 27 March the site was still down
Kerry J

GetUp! Campaign Actions - 0 views

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    Our partners on this campaign to save the net: * Amnesty International Australia * Australian Lawyers Alliance * Australian Network for Art and Technology * Civil Liberties Australia * Human Rights Coalition * Human Rights Council of Australia * Human Rights Law Resource Centre * Libertus.net * National Arts and Cultural Alliance * Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance * Public Interest Law Clearing House * Somebody Think of the Children
Kerry J

KerryJ's blog » Freedom of speech vs. safety - what a week! - 0 views

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    It's been an amazing week for Australia in terms of the debate on filtering, censorship and internet safety. Our country is now on an international surveillance list of repressive regimes. Ouch.
Kerry J

Website blacklist leaked on internet - 0 views

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    Doubt has been cast on the federal government's proposed internet censorship regime after a blacklist of banned websites was leaked online. Note: this article incorrectly suggests that Wikileaks has been removed. The Wikileaks site says the org's servers were overwhelmed by popular demand.
Kerry J

Web watchdog changes tack after blacklist leak | Australian IT - 0 views

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    THE communications regulator has been forced to change its internal processes after the address of a prohibited anti-abortion web page in its top-secret blacklist was widely distributed on the internet. The move comes after the Australian Communications and Media Authority threatened a fine of up to $11,000 a day against a web host for displaying the banned web page link. The host supplies services to popular internet community website Whirlpool.
Kerry J

Web censorship plan heads towards a dead end - BizTech - Technology - smh.com.au - 0 views

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    Senator Nick Xenophon blocks Conroy's mandatory filter.
Nigel Robertson

Stumbling Blocks: Playing It Too Safe Will Make You Sorry | Edutopia - 0 views

  • How teachers are working around overprotective content filters to use Web 2.0 tools in the classroom
  • "Being online with five-year-olds is something I don't take lightly," she says. "On field trips, we work to keep kids safe. This is the same thing.
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    How teachers are working around overprotective content filters to use Web 2.0 tools in the classroom.
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