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Internet blackout protest: Who did and didn't take part

It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part

  • DID - Electronic Frontiers Australia It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are a few who did. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DID - iiNet It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are a few who did. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DID - The Greens It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are a few who did. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DID - The Democrats It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are a few who did. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DID - Samba.org It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are a few who did. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DID - Courier mail tech blogger It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are a few who did. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Internode It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Whirlpool It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - IIA It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - ISOC-au It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - AIIA It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - ACS It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - ATUG It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Google It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Tony Smith It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Nick Xenophon It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Beagle Internet It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Comcen It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Communications Alliance It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Commonwealth Bank of Australia It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Yahoo7 It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Linux.org It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Unwired It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Netspace It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Optus It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Lonely Planet It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Linux.conf.au It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Virgin Mobile It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Kate Lundy It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - iPrimus It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Spin It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Steven Feilding It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - SMH It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Westnet It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Dodo It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Exetel It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Wotif It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - TPG It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Google Blog It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - People Telecom It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

  • DIDN'T - Telstra It was called the The Great Australian Internet Blackout to protest the government's ISP-level internet content filtering plan, but few big websites took part on Australia Day. Here are some notable websites and companies that did not take part in the protest. For a list of the smaller sites that took part try the [[xref:http://www.internetblackout.com.au/websites/|organising outfit's website]]

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