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Windows 7: Australia's Internet filter

28 Oct 2008   #1
Bare Foot Kid
Microsoft MVP

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Australia's Internet filter

Australia's Internet filter: could legal content be banned, too?

Liberal democracies aren't generally pleased with massive state-run mandatory Internet filtering schemes, but Australia's government is plowing ahead with just such a project. Stoking fears that such a scheme could easily blacklist legal content from all Australians, one national politician has now called for precisely that sort of a blacklist. Under the "Family First" party's scheme, hardcore sex and drug content would be added to the list of "illegal" content, even though they are actually legal for adults to view offline.

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29 Oct 2008   #2
NormCameron

Vista X32. Windows 7 32bit
 
 

Ah, Yes. Family First. The Party you have when you don't want to have a Party. Never happen. Family First try to ban, outlaw and generally prevent people from doing anything but vote for them. So sad, because they do espouse some good basic principles. It's just the way they try to impliment those principles that gets them offside.
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30 Oct 2008   #3
smarteyeball

 
 

Jeez, are they still trying with that filter? My non-existent children will be very happy that 'daddy' doesn't have to use his own brain...

Family First lose me at 'mandatory'....
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