Official Petition - Against Compulsory Internet Censorship
January 13, 2010
Due to the governments plan to go ahead with imposing compulsory internet censorship on every Australian despite heavy opposition whether it be from the public or experts or businesses or online gamers, we are being ignored, this petition has been prepared, and will be tabled in Parliament to officially express our condemnation of the forthcoming legislation that imposes and infringes on our human rights and effects every user’s experience online.
Every signatures counts, as a democratic country we have the right and therefore the responsibility to resist censorship. Please let me know if you are planning on collecting a large amount of signatures, please email me and introduce yourself, there may also be others I can connect you with in your area that are also passionate about helping to collect signatures for the petition.
To sign this petition, please click below to download and print out, there is room for up to 4 signatures. The mailing address is on the petition.
Download Petition Version 1
To sign the petition and help collect other peoples signatures, please click below to download and print out, there is room for up to 14 signatures. The mailing address is on the petition. (For more than 14 signatures, print the page several times)
Download Petition Version 2
This petition has been prepared inline with the House of representative rules and is in compliance with the standing orders that apply to petitions.
The House does not accept petitions in electronic form and petitions must be on paper.
Each signature on the petition must be made by the person signing in his or her own handwriting.
Every signature must be written on a page bearing the request part of the terms of the petition.
Signatures must not be copied, pasted or transferred onto the petition.