Without civil liberties, government is just a criminal racket


Even if we choose to believe Senator Stephen Conroy’s claim that this is only about protecting us from inadvertent access to child abuse material, once the system is in place, could a government resist the temptation not to extent the scope just a little bit? And a little bit more?

Read the full story by Stilgherrian at the EFA’s website


  1. “protecting us from inadvertent access to child abuse material”
    My question is this: Out of all of us who have been using the internet, in whatever shape or form, over the last 25-odd years, how many of you have *accidentally* stumbled across child pornography?

    It just doesn’t happen.

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