Senator Stephen ConroyMinister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital EconomyLevel 4, 4 Treasury PlaceMelbourne Vic 3002 Dear Stephen,
Posts Tagged: internet filter
Shadow Treasurer Joe Hockey announced that the coalition will oppose any move to legislate mandatory internet censorship in Australia.
I finally received a reply from Michael Danby.
I received a newsletter from Michael Danby lauding Conroy as a visionary, which was just a bit to much to take.
I wrote to Michael Danby (MHR for Melbourne Ports) to find what his views on the filter were. I finally received the same form letter reply that Senator Conroy sent, so I have written again with basically the same response that I sent to Conroy.
Still waiting for Senator Conroy (Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy) to reply to my last letter about the proposed Mandatory Internet Filter. It was quite a long letter and given the level of opposition to this fatally flawed proposal (Study casts doubt over net filter support) he should have quite a few… Read more »
An internet service provider (ISP) says the Federal Government’s proposed filter has the potential to cause bottlenecks and webpage blackouts, making its high-speed National Broadband Network less viable.
Four Corners looks at the proposed Mandatory Internet Filter.
The proposed Mandatory Internet Filter legislation has not yet been drafted.
This article explains everything you need to know about how to bypass the proposed Mandatory ISP Filter. Any eight year old could do it.