Australian opposition to Internet censorship plans

This video says about itself:

On the 13th. December 2008 rallies were held in every capital city in Australia protesting the mandatory internet filtering laws being contemplated by the current government.

From the World Socialist Web Site:

Australia: Growing opposition to Labor’s Internet censorship

By our reporters

27 December 2008

More than 2,000 opponents of the federal Labor government’s plans to censor the Internet rallied in cities across Australia on December 13—the second national protest in the past two months. The demonstrations, which were convened by the Digital Liberty Coalition (DLC), are another indication of the growing concern of industry technicians, scientists and a broad range of ordinary people over the government’s attempts to control and regulate Internet access in Australia.

See also here. And here.

Abolish the secret police in Australia: here.

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