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No Way Out of Australian ISP Filters

Australians will be unable to opt-out of the government's pending Internet content filtering scheme, and will only have the option to be placed on a weaker blacklist. Under the government's $125.8 million Plan for Cyber-Safety, users can switch between two blacklists which block content inappropriate for children, and a separate list which blocks illegal material. "Illegal is illegal and if there is infrastructure in place to block it, then it will be required to be blocked — end of story."

Read full story: Computerworld

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"Read full story" not included in RSS slug David A. Ulevitch  –  Oct 13, 2008 5:55 PM PST

I don't think it's right to not include the source or link to the "Read full story" in the RSS slug.  Can you fix this?

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