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Highlights included Stephen Conroy, the Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, saying a significant number of Australian households see the internet as important as power and gas. He also reiterated Labor's commitment to ISP filtering.
Former Privacy Commissioner Malcolm Crompton added that the Australian government is hamstrung by privacy and liability when it comes to attracting citizens to use e-government services.
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