Would you vote for a political party that supports Internet filtering?

You've heard all about the Federal Government's mandatory Internet filtering policy -- now have your say

By now you've most likely heard all about the Federal Government's mandatory Internet filtering policy. Although it has delayed the filter's implementation, Labor has indicated it will still go ahead with it.

We want to know if you would vote for a political party which supports the Internet filter. Let us know by voting in the poll below, and share your thoughts in the comments section!

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Internet filtering is censorship and the end of free speech! Would you trust anyone, especially the government, to decide what is fit for you to see or read? It will not stop porn and other nasties as the censors claim, this is just a red herring to try and justify controlling exchange of knowledge and networking! No Internet filter! No censorship! Leave the Internet alone! The last great form of communication relatively free from government interference and control.

Marcus Orealyus


Filtering can and should be done from the home computer, not by the government of the day. Today porn, tomorrow politics, the day after who knows. We should nip this in the bud, and educate people how to do it (if they wish) at home.

Ivan Chenhall


First step towards tyranny. Consider, you want medical information about 'pyles'. All articles use the word 'anus' . Guess what ? All such articles will be off limits (Censored) because of that four letter word.
Want to find out about the island of Lesbos? All articles banned. Those five letters can almost be found in'lesbian' . we must be protected!! A Liberal supporter? All material on the concept of liberalism, political or otherwise, banned. Euthanasia? banned - vexatious to the Government. Need I go on? By the way, the Govt will black list all sites excluded so you will never know what the have excluded!!!!

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