Inspecting the Despicable, Assessing the Unacceptable: Prohibited Packets and the Great Firewall of Canberra

@inproceedings{Vaile2009InspectingTD,
  title={Inspecting the Despicable, Assessing the Unacceptable: Prohibited Packets and the Great Firewall of Canberra},
  author={David Vaile and Renee Watt},
  year={2009}
}
At first glance the Australian Government’s 2008 proposal to install a two-layered mandatory Internet ‘content filtering’ regime at ISP level - rather than the current opt-in filtering at the user’s personal computer - appears relatively straightforward, with a clear mandate, solid unobjectionable aims, little change from existing legal principles and governance frameworks, and challenging but achievable technical goals. Closer inspection does not sustain this appearance; each of these… CONTINUE READING

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