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Displaying items by tag: Iarla Flynn

Friday, 05 November 2010 15:24

You have zero privacy. Get over it.

You really have to wonder at what you would need to do in this country to attract a penalty - let alone conviction - for breaching the privacy of others. Because the unauthorised and systematic collection of the personal information of millions of Australians citizens - including emails, bank account details and passwords - apparently isn't enough.

Published in The Big House
Monday, 15 February 2010 16:28

Conroy faces off with Google on censorship

The Rudd Government has played down search giant Google's reluctance to voluntarily assist in censoring Refused Classification material from the internet, saying the company would clearly be required to comply with the new laws when they come in effect anyway.
Published in Technology Regulation
Monday, 15 February 2010 14:29

Conroy faces off with Google on censorship

The Rudd Government has played down search giant Google's reluctance to voluntarily assist in censoring Refused Classification material from the internet, saying the company would clearly be required to comply with the new laws when they come in effect anyway.
Published in Technology Regulation

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