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Conroy promises to release ISP-level filtering report

Conroy promises to release ISP-level filtering report

Data from the trial subject to non-disclosure agreement.
Aug 3 2009 1:06PM
Libraries object to internet filtering

Libraries object to internet filtering

Surge in internet use in Australian libraries.
Jul 21 2009 1:37PM
Telstra wins $146m Catholic Schools network deal

Telstra wins $146m Catholic Schools network deal

Church invokes higher power should NBN start in five years.
Jul 13 2009 7:09PM
Conroy launches re-jigged cyber safety site

Conroy launches re-jigged cyber safety site

More detail on internet filtering for teachers and parents.
Jul 13 2009 3:07PM
China delays rollout of filtering tool

China delays rollout of filtering tool

China has delayed the rollout date for its controversial Green Dam internet filtering tool.
Jul 1 2009 2:37PM
US government weighs in on Chinese filtering row

US government weighs in on Chinese filtering row

Rethink Green Dam.
Jun 25 2009 4:00PM
China to mandate web filtering tools

China to mandate web filtering tools

The Chinese government is said to be asking PC vendors to bundle filtering software on systems sold within the country.
Jun 9 2009 12:21PM
Conroy to opt for tiered Internet filtering

Conroy to opt for tiered Internet filtering

Senator Conroy's office has confirmed the Government plans only to introduce mandatory internet filtering for web content that is Refused Classification (RC), with all other explicit content filtered on a voluntary basis by internet service providers.
Jun 2 2009 1:04PM
Unwired joins ISP-level filtering pilot

Unwired joins ISP-level filtering pilot

Fixed wireless telecommunications Internet Service Provider (ISP) Unwired is set to become the ninth confirmed ISP to participate in the Australian Governments controversial ISP-level filtering pilot.
Jun 1 2009 3:09PM
Conroy mulls review of ACMA blacklist

Conroy mulls review of ACMA blacklist

Senator Conroy has revealed the Government is considering appointing a panel to conduct a regular audit of ACMA's blacklist of banned web sites.
May 27 2009 12:56PM
Democrats launch anti-filtering site

Democrats launch anti-filtering site

The Democrats party has launched an anti-censorship web site in the hope of rallying the opponents of internet filtering to its cause.
May 20 2009 11:14AM
Optus joins ISP net filter trials

Optus joins ISP net filter trials

Optus has won a place in the second round of the Federal Government’s controversial internet filtering trials, whilst Telstra will now also conduct non consumer-facing technical tests of filtering technology.
Apr 22 2009 3:46PM
Analysis: Are there worse alternatives to net filtering?

Analysis: Are there worse alternatives to net filtering?

The Internet is already filtered, says cyber-law academic Alana Maurushat, often in ways even less transparent than legislated ISP-level filtering.
Apr 3 2009 3:21PM
iiNet seeks legal advice over Conroy comments

iiNet seeks legal advice over Conroy comments

iiNet is considering historical legal action over Senator Conroy's 'stunning' analysis of its copyright infringement defense in the Federal Court.
Apr 3 2009 5:52AM
Censorship opponents slam website hack

Censorship opponents slam website hack

Opponents of the Federal Government's filtering scheme have condemned last night's hacking of one of its websites as damaging to their fight against censorship.
Mar 27 2009 12:07PM
Optus remains Conroy's last big filtering hope

Optus remains Conroy's last big filtering hope

Optus has confirmed it is still in negotiations with the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy with a view to taking part in the trial of mandatory ISP-level internet filtering.
Mar 27 2009 5:53AM
Dump the botched net filter: SAGE

Dump the botched net filter: SAGE

The System Administrators Guild (SAGE) of Australia said the publication of the Federal Government's "black list" of pornographic and violent websites has fatally damaged its proposed compulsory Internet filtering regime.
Mar 26 2009 6:06AM
iiNet withdraws internet filter trial application

iiNet withdraws internet filter trial application

Days after ACMA’s blacklist was purportedly leaked to Wikileaks, Perth-based ISP iiNet has withdrawn from negotiations with the Government to participate in round two of the internet filtering trials.
Mar 23 2009 3:35PM
ACMA blacklist proves too popular for Wikileaks

ACMA blacklist proves too popular for Wikileaks

An updated version of the ACMA blacklist has proven too popular for the servers at whistle-blowing site Wikileaks, which has been out of action for most of the weekend.
Mar 23 2009 6:12AM
Doubts expressed over ACMA blacklist leak

Doubts expressed over ACMA blacklist leak

Doubts continue to mount over the authenticity of a leaked list of URL's purported to be ACMA's blacklist of banned websites.
Mar 19 2009 1:13PM

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