The blocking of 1200 legal websites by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission has sparked calls for the federal goverment to reveal who it's censoring, and why.
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In a stunning turnaround, Australia's Minister for Censorship, Senator Stephen Conroy, has just announced that his nefarious plan to erect a great firewall of Australia has been abandoned, with the Minister announcing he is 'finally listening to the people that voted us into office' and has issued an apology to all Australians.
A news report in Forbes says that China has blocked Google with its great firewall, now the world waits to see if Australia's Minister for Censorship, Senator Stephen Conroy, will do the same following his outrageous attacks on Google.
The United States, the land of the free and the brave, and defender of the Internet, has 'raised concerns' over Australia's proposed Internet filter with Australian officials, according to a news report.
Electronic Frontiers Australia has welcomed remarks made by Shadow Treasurer Joe Hockey concerning proposed mandatory Internet filtering.
The anti- internet filtering campaign has been hijacked by zealots and ideology-driven windbags and has consistently failed to articulate to moderate Australians what we stand to lose if the policy proceeds.
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