Senator Stephen ConroyMinister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital EconomyLevel 4, 4 Treasury PlaceMelbourne Vic 3002 Dear Stephen,
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 …
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. …
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 …
Four Corners looks at the proposed Mandatory Internet Filter.
The proposed Mandatory Internet Filter legislation has not yet been drafted.