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Title:Somebody Think of the Children - Censorship in Australia
Description:Somebody Think Of The Children is a blog about censorship and moral panic in Australia, particularly Internet censorship in Australia.
Keywords:internet censorship, censorship in Australia, Australian censorship, moral panic, moral outrage, film censorship, book censorship, banned movies, banned books, banned websites, ACMA blacklist, Stephen Conroy
Somebody Think of the Children - Censorship in Australia
Latest entries
Internet Censorship
Australia #8217;s Mandatory Internet Filtering plan scrapped in favour of INTERPOL block list
by Mike
on Nov 9, 2012 bull; 3 Comments
The Australian Government will no longer introduce Mandatory Filtering legislation in Australia. Labor #8217;s planned filtering legislation would have seen a broad range of legal content (originally defined as #8220;prohibited content #8221; and later re-framed as content that had been #8220;refused classification #8221;) blocked to Australian Internet users. Instead ISPs will now be required to restrict access to...
Film Censorship
Movies you won #8217;t see at the 2012 Mardi Gras Film Festival
by Mike
on Feb 21, 2012 bull; 4 Comments
You won #8217;t see Community Action Centre or In Their Room: Berlin at the 2012 Mardi Gras Film Festival. The Australian Classification Board has refused to give festival organisers an exemption to show the films at the public attended event because each would likely be classified X in Australia. Why? Both contain real sexual activity. Festival...
Shoot View: Google Maps shooting mash-up a controversy in waiting?
by Mike
on Dec 13, 2011 bull; 2 Comments
It #8217;s rare that I use Somebody Think of the Children to preempt outrage (rarer than me posting at all, sorry), but I expect we #8217;ll hear more about this Google Maps Street View mashup that allows you to shoot an M4A1 assault rifle in a virtual street. Pop in any address on the site where Google...
Advertising Censorship / Politicians and Prudes
Billboard trolling: The Tool Shop
by Mike
on Jul 20, 2011 bull; 10 Comments
The Tool Shop #8217;s #8220;Imagine all three at once #8221; billboard is the advertising equivalent of trolling Facebook. And where there #8217;s a troll there #8217;s someone taking the bait. In this case Queensland Government Minister for Women, Karen Struthers. Struthers says the wording of the ad is an explicit sexual reference that degrades women. Explicit? Hardly. Sexual? Maybe...
Fighting Censorship
Welcome home?
by Mike
on Jun 25, 2011 bull; 19 Comments
Hi all. It #8217;s been nearly a year since I blogged about censorship here on Somebody Think of the Children. In fact, it #8217;s been nearly a year since I wrote about censorship at all. Apart from the occasional Twitter discussion I #8217;ve generally been focused on work and other online projects. I #8217;ll admit the break has been...
Film Censorship
L.A. Zombie banned at Melbourne International Film Festival
by Mike
on Jul 21, 2010 bull; 5 Comments
The Australian Classification Board has banned L.A. Zombie from screening at the Melbourne International Film Festival. According to The Age, the ACB refused to issue an exemption for the festival to show the film based #8216;on information submitted by MIFF,聽 inspection of the film and the classification history of the director #8221;. Festival director Richard Moore...
Internet Censorship
Filter on hold until 2011, post election
by Mike
on Jul 9, 2010 bull; 9 Comments
by Tim Biggs The Federal Government #8217;s mandatory internet filter will not likely be introduced for a year, until after a review of what content would be blocked. Stephen Conroy today announced a new set of #8216;transparency and accountability #8217; measures that will be introduced alongside the filter, and chief among them are changes to the Refused...
Internet Censorship
Four Corners and Q #038;A look at Rudd #8217;s net censorship plans
by Mike
on May 10, 2010 bull; 6 Comments
Just a quick reminder folks that both Four Corners and Q amp;A on ABC this evening (Monday, May 10) are about Labor #8217;s Internet censorship policy (which is still very much on their agenda, despite some reports claiming it #8217;s been ditched). You can tune into Four Corners at 8:30PM and Q amp;A at 9:35PM, both on ABC1. Four...
Events / Internet Censorship
Giveaway: Ticket to Sydney IQ2Oz net censorship debate, May 11
by Mike
on May 5, 2010 bull; 4 Comments
Update 6:40PM May 6: Ticket is still available. I can #8217;t make it down to Sydney next week as planned, so my ticket to IQ2 Oz #8217;s Governments should not censor the Internet debate to be held at Angel Place (Tuesday May 11 at 6:30PM) is up for grabs. The only catch is I #8217;d like the winner...
Internet Censorship
Conroy to debate Newton, Lumby, Jacobs on Radio National
by Mike
on Mar 28, 2010 bull; 8 Comments
Senator Conroy will debate ISP filtering with Colin Jacobs from Electronic Frontiers Australia, network engineer Mark Newton and Professor Catharine Lumby on Radio National this Monday the 29th of March at 6PM AEDT. Michael Grace from Internet filtering and web access company Netsweeper will also be on. The full details are on the Australia Talks...
Internet Censorship
Conroy attempts to sell filter on 7PM Project as Google slams the plan
by Mike
on Mar 23, 2010 bull; 24 Comments
In his first major TV appearance regarding the filter since Q amp;A and Insight in early 2009, Senator Conroy will head back to the tube Wednesday evening in an attempt to sell government #8217;s mandatory net censorship plan to the masses on Channel 10 #8217;s The 7PM Project. A rare occurrence for a Minister we are used to...
Music Censorship / Parental outrage
Parents outraged at Lady Gaga concert: Calls for concerts to be classified
by Mike
on Mar 19, 2010 bull; 25 Comments
There #8217;s news this morning that some parents who took their tween children to Aussie Lady Gaga concerts are gagging because of the adult nature of the concert. Rewind. Yes they are upset because a performer, renowned for her racy costumes and hybrid-burlesque-strip-show music videos, put on a concert that was probably best left to adults...
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About Somebody Think Of The Children was a blog about censorship and moral panic in Australia, with a focus on Internet censorship. This blog is no longer updated.
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Australia #8217;s Mandatory Internet Filtering plan scrapped in favour of INTERPOL block list
Movies you won #8217;t see at the 2012 Mardi Gras Film Festival
Shoot View: Google Maps shooting mash-up a controversy in waiting?
Billboard trolling: The Tool Shop
Welcome home?
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