[LINK] 'creepy' Google
david.boxall at hunterlink.net.au
Wed May 26 11:18:15 AEST 2010
On 25/05/2010 5:40 PM, Fred Pilcher wrote:
> you may find that they're worth supporting. They're a little
> single-issue focussed, but at least they're focussed firmly on
> fundamental human rights. Not a bad start IMHO.
The politics might be off-topic for Link, but some of the policies aren't:
> * Bring about the establishment of a truly national classification
> scheme which includes a uniform non-violent erotica rating for
> explicit adult material for all jurisdictions and through all
> media including the Internet and computer games.
> * Introduce an R and X rating for computer games
> * To overturn mandatory ISP filtering of the Internet and return
> Internet censorship to parents and individuals.
> * To bring about the development of a national sex education
> curriculum as a first step in preventing the sexualisation of
> * Development of a national internet education scheme for parents.
> * To enact national anti discrimination laws which make it illegal
> to unfairly discriminate against people or companies on the
> basis of job, occupation, profession or calling.
> * To bring about equal numbers of women in the Parliament through
> enabling the Federal Discrimination Act to have jurisdiction
> extending to political parties.
> * To create total equal rights in all areas of the law for gay,
> lesbian and transsexuals.
> * Overturn racist laws that ban Aboriginal people from possessing
> erotic and sexual media in the Northern Territory.
> * Ensure the sexual rights and freedoms of people with a
> disability and the elderly.
> * To enact national pregnancy termination laws along the same
> lines as divorce law — which allow for legal, no-fault and
> guilt-free processes for women seeking termination.
> * The listing of Viagra, Cialis and other drugs used to treat
> sexual dysfunction, on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme.
> * Overturn restrictions on aid to overseas family planning
> organisations that reference abortion.
> *Protection of Children*
> * Convene a Royal Commission into child sex abuse in the nation’s
> religious institutions.
> * Develop global approaches to tackling child pornography which
> focus on detection and apprehension of the producers of the
> *Workplace Relations*
> * Ensure that the introduction of paid maternity leave is fair and
> equitable for small businesses.
> * Abolish sex slavery and sexual servitude by introducing non
> morality-based immigration policies that allow bona-fide sex
> workers to work legally in Australia.
> * Ending the tax exempt status for religions.
Not much there that I'd disagree with.
The web site would benefit if they gave the animated gif's a miss, though.
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