#STOP114A – The end of internet freedom?

If you’re reading this now, it’s likely that you’ll be affected by S114A of the Evidence Act. Don’t know what this is? Go find out now!

Before the forum begins, you’re asked to take a vote on whether you’re “for/against/don’t know/don’t care” S114A of the Evidence Act. You’ll be asked again to vote on the same issue after the forum. We want to see whether the great panel of speakers have somewhat managed to convince you to change your position (it’s not just for the heck of it!). So, your participation is valued here!



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Posted on 30 July 2012. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0.

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One Response to #STOP114A – The end of internet freedom?

  1. Pepper Lim