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Web founder Berners-Lee calls for online bill of rights
Wants a "Magna Carta" to protect users.
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Freedom Cable yanks Australia from subsea rollout
Couldn't secure Telstra investment.
May 20 2013 12:15PM
Tough talks ahead for US internet protection proposal
US, Canada fail to win early approval.
Dec 5 2012 4:04PM
Web freedom faces greatest threat
Google's Sergey Brin rails against state of the Internet.
Apr 17 2012 12:30AM
Exclusive: NBN Co withholds fibre upgrade price
Fears trial details could breach contractor confidentiality.
Feb 2 2012 7:20AM
Western States talks tough on internet freedom
Accused of 'double standards'.
Nov 3 2011 7:23AM
Australian internet ranked fourth most free
Surveillance, filtering proposals balance NBN benefits.
Apr 27 2011 6:29AM
Greens win FOI concession on NBN Co
No longer exempt.
Feb 24 2011 10:26AM
Clinton to lay out US internet freedom plan
Speech excerpts released.
Feb 16 2011 6:21AM
Turnbull to challenge NBN Co FoI exemption
Jan 18 2011 1:46PM
Broadband Dept loosens iron grip on documents
Cuts Freedom of Information costs to $12,570 each.
Jan 6 2011 6:10AM
Clinton urges world to stand up for internet freedom
Online rights are central to US policy.
Jan 22 2010 10:53AM
Free software group asks NGOs to boycott Windows 7
Says organisations should choose the free software route.
Oct 8 2009 3:06PM
Pirate Bay's IPREDator not a place to hide
Anonymity service far from bulletproof.
Aug 4 2009 11:29AM
Pirate Bay's anonymity service enters beta testing
Filters powerless against IPREDator.
Jul 23 2009 10:31AM
New Zealand creative freedom website encourages blackout against Section 92A law
Thousands of bloggers and users of social networking sites have 'blacked out' their profiles in support of a New Zealand protest group.
Feb 17 2009 10:32AM
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Jan 31 2009 1:01AM
Q&A: Richard Stallman, founder of the GNU Project and the Free Software Foundation
Stallman discusses his views on free versus proprietary and open source software, social networking sites and privacy issues.
Nov 15 2008 10:20AM
Australia gears up for Software Freedom Day 2008
Free and Open Source Software zealots in Australia will celebrate Software Freedom Day 2008 with free software, CDs and seminars this month.
Sep 8 2008 1:53PM
ODF backers celebrate Document Freedom Day
Supporters of the Open Document Format (ODF) took to the streets yesterday in celebration of Document Freedom Day 2008..
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