There are some phrases that should just be done away with, but over time they are used and heard so routinely that we develop a sort of soft spot for them and can’t bear the thought of chopping off their heads. The term “sexual preference”—at least when it’s used interchangeably...
THE federal government is ploughing ahead with its plans to crack down on internet piracy — and it has everyday customers who might illegally download a season of Game of Thrones or the latest Hollywood blockbuster firmly in its sights.
AUSTRALIA'S media regulation system is a mess. It's like a fibro shack built to house a small family, which has had repeated, random extensions added in the desperate hope it might accommodate a large city.
1. The Australian Broadcasting Authority 2. Classification Standards and the Office of Film and Literature Classification 3. Industry Codes of Practice registered by the ABA 4. Non-regulatory Approaches to Content Control
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