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Submission + - Internet censorship back on Australian agenda (brisbanetimes.com.au)

aberglas writes: The conservative government's George Brandis wants to force ISPs to block sites that might infringe copyright. Brandis said he stood firmly on the side of content creators (a.k.a. Hollywood). Ban gross violators today, obscure ones tomorrow, porn sites, far left sites the day after...
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Internet censorship back on Australian agenda

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