[clug] OT: Protesting the proposed clean feed?
fmarkham at gmail.com
Wed Oct 29 12:42:53 GMT 2008
Civil Liberties Australia, a Canberra based but national civil liberties
society have started forming 'Email Action Cells' around this issue. I am
unsure what action they intend to take at this point, but they might be a
good way to link in with broader community disaffection with the cleanfeed.
Send an email to:
secretary at cla.asn.au<http://firstname.lastname@example.org>including
the city/town you are from to join an email group operating in
your local area.
Disclosure: I am a member of civil liberaties australia.
2008/10/24 jm <jeffm at ghostgun.com>
> Just reading this and, as has been mentioned in a number of places, the
> live trial. This made me think, as someone who works for a local ISP, a
> Canberran ISP should volunteer as a test bed. Stirring the pot in the
> pollies backyard may serve to draw attention to this by the general public.
> More importantly it would affect the public servants in various dept which
> would make noise about the issue to the various ministers. The only thing
> better might be to do this in Conroy's electorate.
> Lana Brindley wrote:
>> the ABC have picked up the story
>>> That's great to see, but I'm a little disappointed the story wasn't
>>> about a 71 post OT thread on the CLUG list.
>> As was I.
>> Still, it's nice to see some mainstream coverage in the "filtering is bad"
>> vein. Also spotted this little gem: http://viv.id.au/blog/?p=2345 It
>> seem as though Ludlum might be worth cc'ing a copy of your letter to
>> with Bob Brown).
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