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Australian ISPs ordered by government to block eight sites hosting violent content

Directly following the terror attacks in Christchurch earlier in 2019, the Australian Government introduced “The Sharing of Abhorrent Violent Material” bill, which included hastily crafted legislation to penalise offending websites and social media platforms that failed to take down abhorrent violent material within a “reasonable” timeframe. Since then, Australian Internet …

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Foxtel is bringing Netflix content to its IQ customers

It’s official: Foxtel has announced a partnership with US streaming giant Netflix that will see the latter service’s content fully integrated into Foxtel’s library by way of a new interface for iQ customers. As reported by Gizmodo, the new interface will begin rolling out to iQ4 boxes between now and …

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Fujifilm to open new content experience center in London

From its retina-punishing Instax cameras and handsome X-series models through to its high-end GFX medium-format monsters, Fujifilm certainly has a product portfolio wide enough to entice photographers from all corners. And now the company will be bringing them all together in a new home, with the launch of a new …

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Australian ISPs want stronger laws on blocking malicious online content

A taskforce made up of tech companies like Facebook, Microsoft, Google and Amazon, alongside Australian ISPs, has proposed specific laws be put in place giving the country’s eSafety Commissioner more power to block sites sharing malicious and abhorrent violent content online. This proposal comes in the wake of the Christchurch …

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