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Comment: Re:Its not such a bad idea... (Score 2, Informative) 148

by iDav (#26053759) Attached to: Aussie Censorship "Live Trials" Won't Be Live
At no time, in any document, media interview, or Parliament Question Time, has Senator Conroy EVER fully answered any question regarding "unwanted" content. There had been a vague definition offered, but there has never been any SPECIFIC definition offered. Conroy refuses to inform us any further as to his definition of "unwanted" content.

As for your other comment - There are some very good reasons for Censorship. The implementation of censorship is usually the problem. In this case, as is usually the case for censorship, it is the MINORITY that decides what the majority is allowed to see. My issue is when this minority is allowed to censor what they like, and the majority cannot intervene in anyway.

Thank you for your flame. It has allowed me to explain myself further.

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