[LINK] How NetAlert accentuated the negative

Rick Welykochy rick at praxis.com.au
Sat Jan 12 10:48:44 EST 2008


Jan Whitaker wrote:

> I don't know if the previous govt release was being mischievous 
> necessarily. Some people reword text in releases and reports for some 
> reason of 'making it in their own words', not realising the meaning can 
> change as a result. Wow, listen to me giving the benefit of the doubt! 
> anyway, misleading they were.

You are giving the Howard regime way too much leeway here.

They have a well documented history of buying into the politics of
fear in an attempt to gain more and more power.
NetAlert is but another example.

A plea to Labor: ditch fear-based politics and get real.
Otherwise, you will be found out.

A plea to Conroy: ditch vote grabbing based on overblown threats and
unrealisable solutions and use logic and reason to get your point
to the people. What exactly is your point regarding net censorhsip?

I use the Internet daily for work, education, communication and information.
I do not want my online activities censored or monitored. And I vote.

cheers
rick




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