posted by Charles Mok @ 11:39 AM
Hi, all,I am so lucky that I can find the net filtering trial in Australia posted on 11/11/2008(http://www.australianit.news.com.au/story/0,24897,24632210-15306,00.html). I note the following things:1. It is not an Internet Regulations/Laws.2. It is easy to opt-in and opt-out.3. Only child sexual abuse sites will be blocked.4. Very very few ISPs are willing to join.5. Many many people object the suggestions from the Australia Government.Actually, can we learn from this? May I take this opportunity to say that I agree with Mr. Wong Yuk-Man to say the proposal from HKSARG is rubbish. Hope that God will forgive me.
Thank you, Henry, that is why I have said all along that the Govt has been trying to mislead us on this issue!
Hi, Charles,You are welcome for my message. Actually, I find another web site in Australia today talking about the Internet filter trial (http://www.news.com.au/comments/0,23600,24645568-5014239,00.html) which has around 600 feedbacks. Almost all responds reject the proposal and some people are using dirty words to express their opinions. Please note that the Australia Government just wants to block the child pornography mainly. From this, I just think that it is very funny for HKSRAG to have such Internet regulations/laws.
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