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Electronic Frontiers Australia

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EFA

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06 Oct 2015

The Citizens, Not Suspects campaign aims to fight the proposals of mandatory data retention legislation in Australia.

On 13th October 2015, the mandatory data retention legislation comes into force in Australia, but the implementation process is in disarray. As the next election...

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06 Oct 2015

The Citizens, Not Suspects campaign aims to fight the proposals of mandatory data retention legislation in Australia.

On 13th October 2015, the mandatory data retention legislation comes into force in Australia, but the implementation process is in disarray. As the next election...

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28 Oct 2010

 

Yesterday I spoke to the PM program on Radio National for a follow up (38)on Google's...

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24 Sep 2010

You probably know that internet censorship is a hot topic. It's on the rise around the world and has been a big issue here in Australia, where a new push for censorship remains government policy.

The internet is such a great enabler of free speech...

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09 Sep 2010

This election, online issues finally got the attention they deserve. And the situation is here to stay, writes Colin Jacobs of Electoric Frontiers Australia.

I'M NOT TALKING about which party had the most Facebook followers or made the most gaffes on Twitter (Julia...

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03 Apr 2010

 

As a teenage exchange student, when I wanted to let my family know how the Germans were treating me, I usually wrote a letter. The letters were written on a special sort of blue tissue paper that was almost weightless, and wrapped in thin air-mail envelopes, so as to save on...

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08 Feb 2010

This draft response to the public consultation on the introduction of an R18+ for computer games sets out the arguments in favour of including an adults only classification.

The public consultation on the introduction of an R18+ for computer games closes at the end of the...

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31 Aug 2009

The recent announcement by the Federal Government that the mandatory blacklist will explicitly target computer and video games has caused much alarm. This page by Electronic Frontiers Australia aims to cover the issue quickly and will be updated as matters progress.

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26 Oct 2008

This analysis of the Federal Government's Cyber-Safety program opposes its implementation.

"On 21 March 2006, the Federal Labor Opposition announced in a media release that a Labor Government would require all Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to implement a mandatory Internet filtering/...

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26 Oct 2008

This article reports on a briefing session on ACTA (Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement) hosted by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The author notes "consumer and users are extremely under-represented at public discussions such as this one. We looked around the room, and...

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