Labor Senator, Kate Lundy, is leading an internal charge to change plans by Communications Minister, Senator Stephen Conroy, to introduce a mandatory ISP filter for all Australians. Although she is passionately lobbying for users to be given an opt-out option, Lundy tells ARN’s David Ramli why she will never cross the Senate floor to oppose her party on the issue. She also talks about the Government’s plans for SMEs and why the SMB IT advocate will greatly boost business.
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