Keep Your Filter Off Our Internet – the Twitter protest

Reporting from Twitter today… a visual protest in response to the Au governments proposed “Filter

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Shown: (Silkcharm, Eskimo Sparky, Bronwen, jjprojects)

No, none of us really like the idea, not that we’ve really been asked about it in this modern age of dialogue. So given that there are some (urrr a few) notable politicians on Twitter these days… why not update your profile image on twitter as those above have… (no style guide – just do it).

(I’ll be updating my pic in a minute…

And if it doesn’t work we’re calling these people.


Update as to the origins of the protest:

RT @bronwen: BTW the genius of "Keep your filter off our internet" was the work of @jordanbrock as part of AWIA’s protest against the plan.

Join in – post your link:

Feel free to post your twitter profile page in the comments or send Senator Conroy an email
Email: [email protected]

Sign the online petition:


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12 Responses

  1. Jon Moss says:

    You have my support from over here guys!

  2. Ross Hill says:

    Avatar updated, petition signed, noise made, fingers crossed.

  3. KerryJ says:

    Avatar updated, blog post written, just discovered your blog post, will link.

  4. michael luck says:


  5. michael luck says: vote for no filter

  6. michael luck says:

    omg guy likes kim more then ben does :p

  7. Bert Simplot says:

    Entertaining webpage. My co-workers and I were just talking about this the other day. Also your post looks excellent on my old laptop. And thats rare. Nice work.

  8. I like your Blog for informing a lot of people, it’s just sometimes people seem to get themselves tied up in unnecessary knots over something that’s very simple .

  9. I understand that but where does it take us?

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