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Australian Enterprises Block Sex Party’s Political Site

July 24th, 2010 07:57 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

schliz writes “Corporate web filters in some organizations are blocking web access to the Australian Sex Party, which is a registered political party that is contesting Australia’s upcoming August 21 Federal Election. The site features policies and campaign material, including opposition to the Government’s mandatory internet filtering proposal. Party convener Fiona Patten said that although the term ‘sex’ in the party’s website URL could be responsible for its filtering woes, the party is unlikely to consider a name change: ‘I think the fact that people are still blocking our site just because of the word “sex” in the name shows that we need this political movement.’”

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