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The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has revealed it has used section 313 of the Telecommunications Act 10 times to block websites, also accidentally blocking 250,000 sites.
The Attorney-General's department has refused to reveal a third agency using section 313 of the Telecommunications Act to block websites.
Greens Senator Scott Ludlam has said it is “remarkable” that Senator Stephen Conroy’s department is looking into greater transparency over the use of Section 313 of the Telecommunications Act.
ISP Bytecard has been fined $75,000 in civil penalties and its director, Brian Morris, has been fined $37,000 by the Federal Court for breaching telecommunications acts.
The Federal Government has introduced the Telecommunications Legislation Amendment (Fibre Deployment) Bill 2010 into the Parliament which aims to ensure new homes built at greenfield estates include infrastructure capable of connecting to the National Broadband Network.
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- Australia continues to drag the chain on internet speeds