Tag Archives: Internet Regulation

A legal model for government intervention to combat online hate

Published as: Andre Oboler, A legal model for government intervention to combat online hate, Internet Law Bulletin 14(2), May 2011 Racial hate propaganda is unlawful in Australia, and this extends to non-private online communications. This may create liabilities for technology … Continue reading

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Andre Oboler, Time to Regulate Internet Hate with a New Approach?, Internet Law Bulletin

INTRODUCTION The rise of social media over the last seven years[i] has revolutionised communication. Applications like Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and MySpace, have given the online public a means of mass communication. Behind these platforms are large corporations[ii] who profit from … Continue reading

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Andre Oboler’s article, “Possibility of policing the internet?” in the Australian Jewish News

Andre Oboler, Possibility of policing the internet?, The Australian Jewish News, March 12 2010, p10 The Community, needs to have a debate about the feasibility of policing the internet. Over the past few weeks, the internet, and specifically social networking … Continue reading

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