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Public fights back at the unpopular mandatory Internet filter.
Hatred against the Federal Government’s proposed Internet filter has been brewing since it was first announced in 2008.
Communications Minister, Senator Stephen Conroy, has made many public appearances reassuring the public the clean-feed is designed to protect children against ‘harmful material’ but it has done little to appease public suspicion the filter will be a censorship tool.
With the government refusing to back down from their filter plans despite widespread opposition, some organisations and individuals have taken matters into their own hands.
ARN has compiled a list featuring some of the notable anti-filtering actions undertaken in the last two years.
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