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The US ambassador to Australia Jeff Bleich has criticised the Rudd government's plan to filter the internet, saying the same goals can be achieved without censorship.
The federal government's $128.8 million Cyber Safety policy includes forcing ISPs to block access to certain websites and blacklist offensive material. Legislation to enable the scheme is set to be introduced this year.
On ABC's Q&A program last night, Mr Bleich said the "internet has to be free" and that there were other means of combating nasty content such as child pornography.
Washington, DC - Due to a conflict in the Chairman's schedule, the hearing entitled "H.R. 2266, Reasonable Prudence in Regulation Act and H.R.
Congressman Barney Frank has scheduled a hearing this upcoming Friday to discuss legalization of online poker. Two bills will be presented by the House democrat from Massachusetts.
Attempts to filter the Internet in Australia have raised concerns with the Obama Administration. Reports came out on Wednesday that Australia's Communications Minister Stephen Conroy was summoned
In the continuing battle between online gambling and the commonwealth of Kentucky, Gambling911.com has learned that the state's attorneys are making one last ditch effort to recoup money under the
ATLANTIC CITY - (Associated Press) - New Jersey lawmakers called the National Football League hypocritical Monday for opposing legalized sports betting while doing business with broadcast network
The man who co-authored a bill to prohibit online poker, Arizona Republican Senator Jon Kyl, has shown time and time again he will remain steadfast in his position that online gambling (Internet po
Joe Brennan, Jr., Chairperson of iMEGA.org (The Interactive Media Entertainment & Gaming Association, issued a statement at a public hearing on sports betting in Atlantic City on Monday April 5
The state Senate Economic Growth Committee will hold a public hearing at the Atlantic City Convention Center on Monday on legislation that calls for legalized sports betting in New Jersey.
Australia's Communications Director, Stephen Conroy, has launched an attack on Google after the powerful search engine company came out last week expressing discontent related to national censorshi
Gambling911.com special contributor and Former Libertarian Vice Presidential Nominee, Wayne Allyn Root, is slated to appear on Larry King Live Monday night (March 29, 2010) 9 PM ES
In a story widely covered by Gambling911.com and special correspondent Greg Tingle of Media Man Int., Senator Stephen Conroy, who is Australia's acting Com
A top Google executive on Wednesday called for new rules to put pressure on governments that filter the Internet, saying the practice was hindering international trade.
Alan Davidson, director of United States public policy for Google, told a joint Congressional panel that the United States should consider witholding development aid for countries that restrict certain Web sites. He said censorship had become more than a human rights issue and was hurting profit for foreign companies that rely on the Internet to reach customers.
Not to anyone's real surprise, many tech giants and major Australian and global brands are starting to speak out loudly against the Australia's government's proposed internet filter, censorship, an
A Home-schooled Scholar/Athlete Has Tough Questions for Obama and Congress. Wayne Allyn Root, the 2008 Libertarian Vice Presidential candidate, and his daughter provide their commentary below.
You may have read my article yesterday entitled "ACLU Should Stand Firm in Kentucky Online Gambling I
85 percent of customers at the betting exchange intrade.com believe that healthcare reform will pass. Those numbers are up from 40 percent in late February w
Democratic Congressman Barney Frank is considered the greatest ally for online gambling. Once healthcare reform goes through this weekend, we should expect to see Frank push his legislation relat
The online gambling sector was dealt a serious blow on Thursday with news that the Kentucky Supreme Court reversed a state court of appeals ruling blocking an attempt by the Commonwealth of Kentuck
The Kentucky supreme court today issued a ruling that it will not lift the freeze by registrars of 141 Internet gambling domain names unless an owner of the names comes forward.
With New Jersey Governor Chris Christie proposing deep spending cuts, the subject of legalized sports betting once more comes to the forefront.
Australian Internet filter legislation proposed by what many believe to be an overzealous politician would have blocked a number of online gambling sites. Now comes word that these efforts are no
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Gaming, news media, entertainment and freedom of expression fans, your Internet is in danger, at least if you'r one of our Australian readers.
Radio host Rush Limbaugh has suggested that should President Obama's health plan sail through Congress, he will pack up his things and move to Costa Rica.
Limbaugh has chosen the perfect destination. The online gambling industry set up shop in this Central American paradise during the mid-1990's. Since that time operators have gone on to opening their own restaurants and constructing office buildings. Limbaugh won't have any difficulty broadcasting his radio show out of CR either with all those enormous satellite dishes sitting on the properties of sportsbooks.
(Times Editorial) The Legislature and the Seminole Indian Tribe appear close to
Wayne Allyn Root, the Las Vegas-based nationally recognized Libertarian-conservative political leader, speaker, author television personality and frequent contributor to the Gambling911.com website
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department says one of its officers fatally shot a knife-wielding naked man when he charged the officer after not complying with the officer's commands