Jul 272009
 July 27, 2009  Posted by  Govt, Non-U.S., Online

Although not without controversy, the initial testing of the Australian government’s Internet filtering system has gone off with few problems according to reports from some of the participating ISPs. Five of the nine ISPs testing the government’s filtering system reported few problems during testing, even though only 15 customers participated at one and a couple of customers at another were unable to access a completely legal porn site. The other four IPs have either yet to comment on the filter’s performance or have refused to talk publicly about the results.

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