I see Australia is currently grappling with an internet censorship debate. But in the midst of it all, this little part caught my eye:
So is Roger Clarke right? Is it the responsibility of parents and guardians to protect minors from inappropriate material, or must government take a role?But chair of the Australian Privacy Foundation, Roger Clarke said it was the role of parents and guardians, not the government, to protect children from inappropriate material.
"It's not the government's business to control information flows," he said.
"That's the kind of thing that goes on in oppressive countries, in authoritarian countries.
"That's not what the government is there to do."
extracted from M&G article here