[LINK] Senate Standing Committee: NetAlert/Mandatory filtering updates

Adrian Chadd adrian at creative.net.au
Tue Feb 19 18:11:18 EST 2008

On Tue, Feb 19, 2008, Daniel Rose wrote:

> Since, AFAIK, no ISPs have offered such a service, it seems that there is 
> no viable market for such a thing.  Why then isn't there a coalition of 
> church and community groups getting together to start their own clean feed 
> ISP?  They already have tax-free status so it seems that this could be done 
> without too much fuss.  I suppose it's because there's a net loss of funds 
> for whoever runs such a service, and nobody wants to lose money.  A church 
> group in Canberra ships computers to Africa for schools, so I'm sure a 
> local ISP is not too big a project.

ISPs have in the past, and I believe some ISPs even offer these clean
feed solutions now.


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