Re: Australian Internet Filtering Position
My position is thus:
I am an adult human being. I do not need anyone else deciding for me what I should be able to see or read on the Internet. I will not vote for any government who decides it is their role to decide these things for me.
It is my job to decide what my children see or read on the Internet. I will not vote for any government who decides it is their role to decide these things for me.
The proposed filter will, like all available censorware, inevitably end up blocking perfectly legitimate content, while letting undesirable material slip through the net. And the bottom line, for all the WON'T SOMEBODY THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!! types, it will not prevent one child from being harmed in any way. Including the adorable little lass whose picture has been posted above, for I'm not quite sure what reason.
Last edited by Spike-X; July 12th, 2010 at 07:11 AM.
If you can't be bothered writing coherently, I can't be bothered reading your post.