Australian parents who wish to protect their families from unwanted or harmful Internet content now have "new options" under the reinvigorated Family Friendly Filter program operated by the industry lobby group Communications Alliance.
The Australian Parliament has once again ignored the will of the people, giving bipartisan support and safe passage through the Senate of a highly unpopular piece of legislation which serves only the interests of large corporations. Cable provider Foxtel - jointly owned by Telstra and News Corporation - is cooing in delight at the news that its overpriced turf has been protected.
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