[LINK] GetUp anti-censorship campaign gets cash fast
danny at anatomy.usyd.edu.au
Fri Dec 5 12:46:48 EST 2008
> The money will be put towards an advertising
> blitz designed to inform the public of the consequences of the plan,
> which experts say include slower internet speeds, significant false
> positives, failure to stop people from subverting the filters and the
> risk that the blacklist will be expanded to include the blocking of
> regular pornography, political views, gambling and pro-abortion sites.
I don't understand this.
There is no doubt whatsoever that "ordinary pornography" is covered
by the plan, since X-rated material is "prohibited content" - on the
ACMA blacklist - and the filtering test specs quite clearly require
blocking of everything on the ACMA blacklist as a minimum.
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