Politics and the Internet


Below is the response received from ‘GetUp!’, confirming my involvement in supporting the Australian people and standing against the GP tax. GetUp! is one of Australia’s largest non-for-profit e-petition community. If you would like to contribute to this petition click here.
 e peititon real


Political participation

Below are the results I received after undertaking a survey of questions regarding my opinion of current Australian political concerns and policies. If you would like to find out how you fit into the political landscape click here.



Professional blogger
Below is an article written by Oiwan Lam, discussing the oppression the Chinese government imposes upon Hong Kong citizens residing in mainland China. To read the article and my response, click here.

prof blog

Barak Obama

Below is a print screen of Barak Obama’s daily schedule for Thursday, September 4 2014. This information is useful for journalists and media enterprises as well as citizens wishing to have an understanding of the events he participates in. I sent two enquiries about the importance of freedom on the internet. The first, was via the contact form available on The White House website. The second was through The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) at Office of Science Technology Policy (OSTP).



“Clean Feed”

The Federal Government ALP decided to implement a form of internet censorship through the use of a complsory ‘clean feed’ service for the Australian public. The ‘clean feed’ filters out a list of websites prohibited by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA). The aim of these new measures are to ensure Australian youth are protected from inappropriate online material. An essay that goes into further detail regarding this topic is written by Karina Travaglione and can be found via this link.



According to NBN Chief Executive Officer, Bill Morrow, NBN will be effective amongst 1 in 10 Australians by the year 2015.

Our plan is to provide one in 10 Australian homes and businesses the ability to connect to the National Broadband Network (NBN) in FY2015 as we work to double the number of premises serviceable,” he said.

The benefits of the NBN:
*Work, life balance
*Connecting with those that matter
*Better for busy households
*Entertainment for everyone
*A brighter future – education
*Healthier options – e health and telehealth

Local, state and federal representatives

Local: The Hon Stuart Robert MP

State: NEWMAN, Mr Campbell, The Premier of Queensland
Whom I contacted via this link.

Federal: His Excellency General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove AK MC (Retd) 
(Governor General)


Local member – The Hon Stuart Robert MP

Unit 1, 110 Brisbane Road
Labrador, QLD, 4215
Postal address
PO Box 733
Biggera Waters, QLD, 4216


(07) 5500 5919

The last time Mr Robert spoke in parliament was on Monday September 1st 2014 regarding the Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Amendment Bill 2014. 


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