Communications Minister Stephen Conroy's Net Filtering Made A Fool Of

Senator Conroy's Internet Filtering Scheme has been made a fool of time and time again, yet the minister still refuses to see common sense.At what stage did the australian politicians become so arrogant that they forgot who they work for.Senator Conroy I ask you to listen to the people, and remove this buracratic crap or the australian people will sack you.......

Senator Conroy has conceded that greater transparency is needed in terms of how content ends up on the blacklist, but last night he again refused to make the blacklist itself public, saying it would provide people instant access to the banned material. This goes to show exactly how much faith he has in the blacklist. If the filter is workable, then surely it would be safe to publish the blacklist as nobody would be able to access it. The minister doesn't understand his own portfolio.

The Sydney Morning Herald has a poll going on whether people support it or not, and After three and a half hours and 25,000 votes the results are in. NO

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