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+ - Chaos after Conservative party announce mandatory filtering day before election

Submitted by Dan B.
Dan B. (20610) writes "After Australia's Conservative party (LNP) quietly posted a policy to impose mandatory internet filtering just one day prior to the country's election, local premiere internet forum Whirlpool has gone in to overdrive with the fastest 50 page thread ever. At 8:30pm, both sides of politics were busy running media releases, with the Conservatives hastily back-pedalling on the policy, and the Government attacking it, accusing them of hypocrisy after voting down their own proposed filter 3 year prior, stating there was no proof filtering works."
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Chaos after Conservative party announce mandatory filtering day before election

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