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No internet filter


Punishing everyone, fixing nothing!

Call for timely, affordable content

The federal government's proposed industry-run internet filter law lets rights holders decide what sites you can and can't visit. It will cost money, and it won't stop piracy, because you'll still be paying more for digital TV, movies and books. And consumers may fork out for this clumsy policy, making your internet bill even more expensive.

Join the campaign calling for timely, affordable access to content online instead of an internet filter. 

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Australian web piracy crackdown not backed by evidence 12 June 2015 | An ineffective, costly internet filter is coming your way.