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Low support for Australian Internet Filtering

ThinkOfaNumber (836424) writes | more than 4 years ago

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ThinkOfaNumber (836424) writes "Results from Whirlpool's 2009 Australian Broadband Survey are in with (not-so?) surprising results about the Australian Federal Government's mandatory internet filtering. Only 7.4% of over 23,000 validated unique surveys supported the idea. Of course, Whirlpool is a large forum with many IT-savvy readers, and the survey doesn't represent a broad selection of Australians, but they state this bias and the results are interesting nonetheless."
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