The ABC is reporting
on yet another misguided attempt to try to stop children accessing unsuitable material on the Internet:
Opposition Leader Kim Beazley says a Labor government would introduce laws requiring Internet service providers to offer a "clean feed" without pornographic and violent sites.
Mr Beazley says Australian parents do not want their children to be exposed to such material.
"Block it at the point of the provider as opposed to the point of the parent and if that particular household wants to opt into the pornographic sites then they make an active decision to do so," he said.
Won't somebody think of the children!? You should probably let your local Labor MP know what you think of this idea. Of course it's technically impossible, but that isn't really the point.