|Shades of Nazi Germany ?
||[Oct. 24th, 2008|10:51 am]
Filtering out the fury: how government tried to gag web censor critics
On Tuesday, a policy advisor for Senator Conroy, Belinda Dennett, wrote an email to Internet Industry Association (IIA) board member Carolyn Dalton in an attempt to pressure Newton into reining in his dissent.
"In your capacity as a board member of the IIA I would like to express my serious concern that a IIA member would be sending out this sort of message. I have also advised [IIA chief executive] Peter Coroneos of my disappointment in this sort of irresponsible behaviour ," the email, seen by the Herald, read.
It is understood the email was accompanied by a phone call demanding that the message be passed on to senior Internode management.
Newton said he found the bullying "outrageous" and Senator Conroy was "misusing his influence as a Commonwealth Minister to intimidate a private dissenting citizen into silencing his political views".
Refer: Somebody think of the Children
attempting to bully people into submission by intimidation is the first sign of a coward
attempts to suppress truth is NOT acceptable in a democracy
Here's a man who loved children...
Kevin Rudd UNCYCLOPEDIA (Warning this is possibly offensive but I haven't read it all as yet)