Wednesday, 25 March 2009

DBCDE wouldn’t agree to blind filter trial: iiNet

The politics of privacy and freedom of speech is inherently complex. Like many countries, it seems Net technology is finally disrupting the traditional approaches to public policy in Australia as Net capabilities spill over into areas of importance to the public interest.

So what is 'in the public interest? Privacy is important, but freedom of information is not? What's going on behind the Australian Firewall?

See the IT News report here.



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