Secret ACMA blacklist – secret no more
Thursday March 19th 2009, 2:41 pm

Anti-censorship advocates predicted it would be leaked- and here ya go.

Australian government secret ACMA internet censorship blacklist, 6 Aug 2008

Payback for ACMA threatening Whirlpool? One can’t be sure, can one? 😉


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Leave a comment went offline about an hour ago. Tried to ping it, no response. Tried to access it via an offshore proxy to see that there’s no censorship silliness happening; no go, so it’s really offline.

Overloaded by Aussies wanting to know what they’re missing? Let’s hope that’s all it is.

Until Wikileaks comes back online, the now not-so-secret ACMA banlist is available here on Blogspot.

10 years jail for republishing the list? ACMA better get on top of those miscreants at Blogger.

Comment by weez 03.19.09 @ 4:58 pm

Wikileaks is back online but with no explanation of the downtime.

Comment by weez 03.20.09 @ 11:37 am

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