Along the lines of what I have been blogging about for the past few days (ie. Stop the idea of a clean feed filter for Australia's internet traffic), Greens Senator Scott Ludlam has asked an interesting query, of how the government plans to determine what is offensive for the great Oz internet filter, and what should be let through.
It's good to hear of at least one politician is seeing things the way I do - provide more police, and provide a better education campaign to teach people. You still CANNOT replace good parenting with a software application!
Interestingly, the article that has the query from Senator Ludlam, also has a survey. I don't know about the integrity of web surveys, but at the time of typing this, 90% of readers were opposed to the filter program - with the good Senator Conroy's office not wanting to comment on that.