Friday, September 28
In case you haven't been following Australian politics of late (and I wouldn't blame you one bit), our federal government - specifically, the Attorney General, Nicola Roxon - has been floating a trial balloon to collect unprecedented amounts of information on the people of Australia. Between ASIC and the AFP - roughly equivalent to the FTC SEC and FBI in American terms - they want to record all online communications and phone calls of everyone, and keep all the data forever.
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I would have thought they would have blamed it on Tony Abbott if it backfired on them. They do for everything else.
Does the Australian federal government still have the Orwellian policy of maintaining a list of banned websites but refusing to let anyone actually know which websites are on the list?
Posted by: cxt217 at Sunday, September 30 2012 04:00 PM (fYUtJ)
I'd be more upset if any of this could possibly work. As it is, I'm merely livid.
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Monday, October 01 2012 04:01 PM (PiXy!)
(As I mentioned to help, I recently had my mee.nu blog spammed, and after I deleted the offending comments, my recent comments widget was borked.)
Posted by: Mauser at Tuesday, October 02 2012 06:59 PM (cZPoz)
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Tuesday, October 02 2012 08:45 PM (PiXy!)
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Tuesday, October 02 2012 08:48 PM (PiXy!)
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