links for 2010-05-25

  • The Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy has announced the closure of an online forum used by the Australian Government and Internet service providers in discussing the implementation of the Government's proposed mandatory Internet filter. But as yet, no report on the discussions have been released.
  • Stephen Conroy: Hay, look over there (just a distraction)
  • THE Japanese government is considering a radical rebalancing of tax law that could take trillions of yen from the coffers of the elderly and put the money into the wallets of the freer-spending young.
  • iiNet and AFACT will be back in court soon over the copyright/bittorrent/P2P appeal.
  • How unique is you browser/computer/setup combination? Can people track you online behavior using the combination of this?
  • Senator Stephen Conroy decides to label Google's wifi problems as 'single greatest privacy breach in history'. Looks like he is trying to criticize the Internet filter critics, and draw attention away from the filters.
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