[LINK] Filtering, throttling of ISPs

Marghanita da Cruz marghanita at ramin.com.au
Mon Apr 6 08:23:15 AEST 2009

Danny Yee wrote:
> Unless I'm mistaken, the Cleenfeed Canada scheme is also _voluntary_.
> ISPs are not legally required to participate and not all do.
> 	http://www.cybertip.ca/app/en/cleanfeed

According to Associate Professor Bjorn Landfeldt. The CleanFeed was/is the 
British Telecom's corporate feed (complying with that organisation's corporate 
policies) that is now being discussed in a wider context. 

The talk was useful. He provided a brief history of the politics of Internet 
Filtering in Australia. Raised issues about reflecting changing values embodied 
in black-lists and the way ACMA distributes the list and the way filtering 
software vendors incorporate the lists into their packages.

He did say his slides from Friday afternoon's talk would be made available 
online - but they don't seem to be here yet:

Marghanita da Cruz
Phone: (+61)0414 869202

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