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  • William Boeder: Again I note that Senator Abetz, (thought this time uncharacteristically) has diverted from the questions addressed to him during the sittings of the Senate House, (in a rather unusual sloppy... (26 March 2015)
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  • Mark Duffett: "rush of blood to his head"? Defence say they want subs with the performance characteristics of nuclear subs, so nuclear subs is what they should get! Trying to get this performance with... (27 November 2014)
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  • David Edgar: RC content like Gold Coast dental surgeries. (17 March 2010)
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  • Shayne Cummin: Once again focussing on the extreme end and NOT the grey areas which are the REAL ISSUE! (17 March 2010)
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  • Collin Van Uden: The EFA have responded to Conroy's accusation that they have in some way coached RWB, and supplied the two quotes requested here: http://www.efa.org.au/2010/03/16/efa-responds-to-senator-con... (17 March 2010)
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  • Collin Van Uden: Here's your quote: Senator Conroy (To Senator Ludlam) "Illegal material is illegal material. Child pornography is child pornography. I trust you are not suggesting that people should have... (16 March 2010)
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  • Adam P: Hiding behind the "protecting local content" argument is a complete lie because the handout does not comewith any actual protection or incentive to support local content. Surely this should... (16 March 2010)
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  • Joshua Moran: Does Senator Conroy ever answer a question without aggressively attacking the person who asked it, its supposed to be a debate not a tantrum. If they want a health outcome, focus on health.... (24 April 2009)
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  • Paul Esson: Why reinvent the lemon ? (22 December 2008)
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  • Andrew Rossiter: I do sincerely hope that Mr Conroy actually listens to what the people are saying. This internet censorship idea is akin to "work choices for your computer" We didn't ask for it, we didn't want... (11 December 2008)
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  • Peter Edmonds: Hmm, maybe people don't want Internet filtering Stephen ? No matter, we'll just force it on the other 98% without consultation or a mandate. (5 December 2008)
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  • Simon Rumble: Nice of you to not answer the question. As usual. This man has nothing but contempt for the Australian people. Conroy, you're a disgrace! (4 December 2008)
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  • reng ten: "live in hope"... ie: "trust me" and i'll get back to ignoring you like i ignore everyone else. (27 November 2008)
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  • Brett Carnes: Senator Conroy, As you can understand there are a number of issues with the proposed mandatory Internet filter both on a civil liberties front as well as numerous technical issues. One... (23 November 2008)
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  • Daniel Snow: Senator Conroy, You claim you are trying to fulfill an election promise by introducing the internet filter. However, in the election campaign, only an opt-out service was ever promised. A... (23 November 2008)
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  • Amanda Kelly: Senator Conroy, I have several concerns about this proposal - all of which are covered in comments made earlier in this thread. I would like to simply add my voice to the debate and... (23 November 2008)
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  • David Elliott: Mr Conroy, I have a serious problem with this entire debate. Others have already spoken about the politically damaging consequences of censorship, I'd like to bring up the ALP's responsibility to... (23 November 2008)
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  • Jason Geddes: So despite the flaws in this plan, despite the obvious fact that the majority of Australians do not want this ill advised, impractical, unethical censorship imposed upon them, the govt is still... (22 November 2008)
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  • Shelby de Piazza: Senator Conroy, It is becoming overwhelmingly obvious that the people of Australia DO NOT WANT your totalitarian-regime-like filter. The increasingly pathetic cries of "won't somebody think... (22 November 2008)
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  • Alexander Bakharev: Dear Senator Conroy: Do you realize that mandatory filtering seriously undermine democracy around the world? I came from Russia. Currently Putin regime is discussing mandatory filtering of... (22 November 2008)
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  • Rastko Petrovic: Dear Senator Conry I would like to point to a couple of flaws in your statements to the public. First one: " However, the Australian Government has no plans to stop adults from viewing... (22 November 2008)
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  • Richard Jary: Sorry Mr Conroy, I missed one item I wanted to bring to your attention that I hope you are not aware of. When Mark Newton, an employee of South Australian ISP Internode, broke the story on... (21 November 2008)
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  • Richard Jary: Firstly, thank you Senator Conroy for the first real response we have seen on this issue from you or your department. As you will be aware many of us who have contacted our local Labor MPs have... (21 November 2008)
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  • ben rogers: Simon, I agree why want he come clean and admit his mistake and restate whether the filter is going to be mandatory or not? Ben (12 November 2008)
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  • Simon Rumble: Note the way he completely fails to answer the question. Mr Conroy, let's ask this again: you lied when you said other western democratic nations have mandatory internet filtering. In fact,... (12 November 2008)
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