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Filtering and censoring the Internet has never been more in the news in Australia, as our Government seriously contemplates the equivalent of a “Great Firewall” at each ISP. Although the reasons sound pure, so as to protect Australians from child pornography, civil libertarians and free thinking Aussies wonder what would be censored next, and how far we can trust any government. A debate on the 19th of December will be webcast – and everyone’s invited.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Tuesday, 16 December 2008 11:13

BigPond News available in 'œ3D' wall

Shrugging off the exclusion from the NBN process, Telstra has leveraged technology from a company called “CoolIRIS” to deliver a pretty “3D” news wall that also shows images and videos from a range of other sites, including YouTube, Deviant Art, Google and others – but is it real 3D?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Monday, 08 December 2008 13:08

UK Wikipedia filter a sign of things to come?

As the outrage continues to build in Australia over Government plans to introduce mandatory Internet filtering for ISPs, a furor has erupted in Britain over a number of UK ISPs blocking a Wikipedia page because of a complaint.

Published in Networking

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