[LINK] "Greater certainty" for Internet users, thanks to Govt.
Tue, 05 Sep 2000 15:31:56 +0930
Greg Taylor wrote:
> 'In the first six months of the scheme's operation the ABA received 201
> complaints with investigations into 197 of these complaints completed.
> Thirty-seven investigations were terminated due to lack of information, and
> of the other 160 completed investigations, the content was either
> prohibited or potentially prohibited in 93 cases.
How much are we paying to provide a service that in 6 months has receive 197
How much are we paying for a 50% "success" rate of prohibited or potentially
I am sure I can think of more socially responsible ways of spending the money
however much it was.
Filters' Collateral damage will limit what you can legally see
Tell your Local Federal Member this will hurt our e-businesses
Australian Net users need education, not inadequate "solutions"
For more info visit http://www.efa.org.au/Campaigns/99.html
Brenda Aynsley, BA,DipSocSci(sociology),DipAppSci(computing),MACS
Internet Educator, Website Developer, Computer Support person
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