The Coalition has revealed that it would oppose any plans by a future Labor Government to impose mandatory Internet filtering.
COMMENT One of the amazing things about the national broadband network announcement made by the Australian federal government yesterday is that it has attracted little questioning and little negative comment.
2GB's chief shock-jock Alan Jones this morning had a golden opportunity to grill opposition leader Tony Abbott on the Coalition's alternatives to the National Broadband Network, but he made not the slightest attempt to pursue it.
That is astounding.
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