Tag Archives: censorship

filters & arrogance

Stephen Conroy’s hubris knows no bounds, this weekend he was pushing ‘for the filter to go ahead regardless’. MINISTER for Communications Stephen Conroy has vowed to push on with his controversial internet filtering scheme, despite a barrage of criticism. … … Continue reading

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More internet blacklist & filtering fail

ABC television’s Q&A program – Episode 7 – 26/03/2009 Q&A live from Melbourne On the Q&A panel were Stephen Conroy – Minister for Communications, Greg Hunt – Shadow Minister for Climate Change, Andrew Bolt – Provocative Columnist, Louise Adler – … Continue reading

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ACMA blacklist leaked

Summary [1] This list contains 2395 webpages or site variations derived from the those secretly banned by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) and used by a government approved censorship software maker in its “ACMA only” censorship mode. The … Continue reading

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Censorship Minister Stephen Conroy

Censorship Minister Stephen Conroy Proving you can’t have too big a turkey for Christmas; THE Federal Government’s controversial internet censorship scheme may extend to filter more online traffic than was first thought, Broadband Minister Stephen Conroy revealed today. In a … Continue reading

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Stop Australian Internet Censorship: Rally Sat Dec 13 2008

Electronic Freedom Project Protests 13th December 2008 12pm Melbourne @ State Library Stop Australian Internet Censorship: Rally Sat Dec 13 2008

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the great firewall of Australia

Mandatory Content Filtering in Australia Labor makes no apologies to those that argue that any regulation of the internet is like going down the Chinese road — Telecommunications Minister Stephen Conroy … welcome the great firewall of Australia “The news … Continue reading

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Where did the tube go?

Pakistan has ordered all Internet service providers to block the YouTube website for containing “blasphemous” content and material considered offensive to Islam, officials said Sunday. The telecom company that carries most of Pakistan’s traffic, PCCW, has found it necessary to … Continue reading

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