Numerous major media outlets are running a poll today asking whether you will vote for a party that endorses the internet filter. Vote now!
Think the filter is dead, just because it's delayed? Think again -- this is a tactic to get 'a clear mandate' at the next election to implement it. "Vote Labor, vote filter."
This is a topic that usually comes up around election time, but I figured why not start this while I'm thinking about it. Do you vote straight party lines, vote your conscience, always for or against an incumbent, or some other way? And why?
I am definitely a newbie, and I cannot get my DNS records straight.
The National Party has come out swinging against Labor's proposed centralised internet censorship scheme, saying it had been inundated with complaints from constituents.
time to vote!
Vote for Kai!
Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA) today welcomed survey results showing Australian Internet users might not vote Labor again at the next election due to Internet filtering.
Once again it is time to vote!
Vote for just one... although they are all so deserving!
Hi, we all know how much we love using our Galaxy Note 1 & 2 devices, especially for editing images.
Please spare a few minutes and let Adobe know we as customers want this application available for Note devices by going to their site and vote vote vote!
My friend, Frank Morano, is an AM talk show host. He's up for a local vote for best radio personalty. Unfortunately, he's losing to Elvis Duran who asked for votes from his much wider audience.
No account is required to vote. I still haven't found out if you can get more than 1 vote through per device. Just have to vote for Frank Morano, AM970 in the middle of the article.