The Government is seeking submissions on an exposure draft Online Safety Bill. Consultation Period: December 23, 2020 06:00 AEDT to February 14, 2021 17:00 AEDT
We are seeking feedback on an exposure draft Online Safety Bill to improve Australia’s online safety legislation.
The documents and rules related to the submission are available on the link page. Starting today, there are six weeks to put together a submission. You can choose whether you want your submission to be made public or to remain anonymous.
The government says it is seeking feedback. Let us give them this feedback. Instead of the Marxist activists dictating what should be done, conservatives need to become activists in large numbers and loud voices.
No point complaining later. That is, if there will be a forum or site available for your complaint. bespoke
Post by NoFixedAddress on Jan 25, 2021 20:14:05 GMT 8
In a subsequent post Kaysee commented,
Why is this needed? It is the primary responsibility of the digital technology industry to create products and services that Australians can use safely. However, experience has shown that many platforms lack the built in safety features required, or fail to appropriately enforce their terms of service. That is why the Government established the eSafety Commissioner in 2015 to act as a safety net for when platforms fail to keep their users safe.
The enemy have us surrounded. Good! Now we know where to find the bastards! -various