So Communications Minister Stephen Conroy talked a little smack yesterday in the Senate about the boys from Electronic Frontiers Australia, accusing vice-chair Colin Jacobs, chairman Nic Suzor and board member Geordie Guy of being, well — liars.
Jacobs, it seemed, was unsurprised:
Conroy pointed out in the Senate that Joe Hockey — who last week took a swipe at the filter — had supported legislation to get refused classification content removed from Australian websites more than a decade ago. But it seems the good Communications Minister isn’t the only one with a long memory.
Jacobs, it seems, also remembers that far back:
Guy seemed a little overwhelmed by events.
But he quickly recovered.
EFA campaign manager Peter Black, however, felt a little left out:
But perhaps Conroy’s biggest worry has nothing to do with the EFA guys themselves:
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