Transparency in mandatory ISP filtering

A few weeks ago I lodged EFA’s submission on legitimacy and transparency in Mandatory ISP Filtering, written by myself, Kylie Pappalardo and Irene Graham. We received a lot of negative feedback at EFA for engaging with the DBCDE on this issue, but I think it’s very important. Stepping back from my opposition to the Labor Government’s plan to introduce mandatory filtering, the issue is theoretically quite complex.

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EFA Submission to DBCDE Future Directions paper

accessibility, Copyright, Posts related to Creative Commons, dbcde, Digital Economy, ICT, training, open access, public sector information, submission Today I finished EFA's submission (PDF) to the Department of Broadband, Communication and Digital Economy‚Äôs Future Directions review. The submission tackles a number of important issues for the digital economy, including open access to public sector information, Read more about EFA Submission to DBCDE Future Directions paper[…]