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ASIC admitted it accidentally blocked 250,000 websites after trying to go after a single domain. Big whoops. Source: Sun Herald Claire Porter  6th June 2013 PRIVACY and civil rights groups are calling for an open investigation into how government departments are interpreting a 15-year-old law to block websites. The calls come after the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) admitted it had accidentally blocked 250,000 websites on top of the 1200 it had already accidentally censored last month. Jon Lawrence, spokesperson for Electronic Frontiers Australia told news.com.au that ASIC should be required to provide a judicial warrant before attempting to block a single website. The organisation said it planned to contact Senator Conroy and insist he "conduct a full-fledged investigation into the second stuff-up in as many months". He said the public should be informed of the decision before any move is made to block a website. "We're very concerned about...
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  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    With all the skilled IT people in Government department why would ASIC attempt to stop a scam in this way? If ASIC don't know how
  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    "Quote-of-Week": Ms Brailey>bank/lawyers;"my answer will be: have received your letter, have noted its contents & now Bugger Off."
  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    Love it! About time the tin gods and high and mighty got a taste of their own medicine! I do hope the legal grubs aren't trying to
  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    It really does seem ASIC is good for nothing.. GET RID OF ASIC. Can they do anything right? I think not! The bumbling mumbling st
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