On many occasions, Senator Conroy the Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy has stressed that his proposed Internet Filter will "protect the children."
Saturday, 09 January 2010 20:17

Myki: I see dead people!

When you're a new system, people expect you to be perfect; few new systems achieve this and Myki hasn't disappointed.  In fact it has excelled…
Wednesday, 06 January 2010 18:39

Is Android stealing the iPhone buzz?

A recent survey of mobile phone users has shown a sharp increase in Android awareness.  This is expected to translate into market share; Apple, take…
Ask the man-in-the-street about Conroy's filter proposal and they'll probably tell you it's a good idea.  Geeks may hold the theoretical high-ground, but right now…
Tuesday, 29 December 2009 09:17

Myki is for the trains (only)

As expected, Minister Lynn Kosky announced at 1pm today that Myki would be available for immediate use on Melbourne's train network.
One would have thought that if the Victorian Government was proud of Myki, they'd be shouting its virtues from every rooftop.
Tuesday, 29 December 2009 04:03

Sen. Conroy: you must block Facebook

A recent grooming incident via Facebook makes it very clear that in order to "protect the children," all such social networking sites must be included…
Tuesday, 22 December 2009 08:16

Has Santa's list been leaked?

Reports are surfacing that Santa's full Naughty-Nice database has been posted to WikiLeaks.
Sen. Conroy has obviously received rather poor advice.  If he follows these instructions, he'll have an unbreakable Internet filter.
Journalists who have written about the Internet Filtering announcement in the past few days have received a cheery greeting from the Department.  Are they getting…




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