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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

Yes, but only to prevent child pornography and copyright infringement

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

Yes, maintain a blacklist of censored websites and require ISPs to retain data for two years for police investigations

@522WPB3from New South Wales  answered…2yrs

@983NRV6 answered…13hrs

Yes but only for things Like Child pornography or other illegal things.

@97S6HKN answered…2wks

Yes, but block any child pornography and copyright infringement, but allow them the option to have the internet filtered or not besides the aforementioned child pornography.

@96JGR6BLabor answered…1mo

yes but only to take away all the bad things and the black market and do not require ips to retain data

@936FVYM answered…6mos

Yes, but only to censor child pornography, not to monitor anyone. There are people who will track them down independently

@933YGXBGreen answered…6mos

@92Z7Y9Q answered…7mos

@92WBP9Q answered…7mos

Yes, regulate social media networks, and prevent illegal activities as a last resort.

@92SYBWX answered…7mos

@92KRJL8 answered…7mos

Yes, but only in terms of regulating child pornography, copy write, hate speech, and miss information on life threatening topics such as COVID.

@92HW3K6 answered…7mos

@92DNLPYLabor answered…7mos

The government should regulate net neutrality to ensure internet traffic is treated equally and provide a level playing field. The government should not regulate the content on the internet other than illegal materials such as child abuse material

@92DNJGB answered…7mos

@92DKHTJLiberal Democrat answered…8mos

Never, & Never censor or monitor data. the Government should have no rights and power over it at anywhere anytime and Must be Eradicated ASAP!.

@92CJH45 answered…8mos

Yes, but only for child pornography, drug trafficking, and violent illegal activity (not copyright infringement)

@9296M88 answered…8mos

Yes, to ban all pornography, and predatory websites such as TikTok

@927ZNDV answered…8mos

@aicro answered…8mos

Not generally - only, but not strictly limited too: the purpose of censoring child pornography, sexual violence and terrorist organisation recruiting attempts/propaganda.

@8ZV3SNL answered…8mos

@8ZPZ5CNGreen answered…9mos

Yes, to prevent child pornography, sex trafficking but also to track down and hold people accountable for spreading hate speech on platforms such as Reddit, 4chan and 8chan

@8YWHHNVGreen answered…10mos

Yes, but only to prevent crimes like child pornography, abuse of animals or people. It should be transparent and known, to deter criminal activity - hopefully.

@8Y8Z4CRLabor answered…11mos

Yes, but only in clear ways, current regulation and future potential regulation is too vague and heavy handed control under the guise of 'safety for children' or 'anti trolling'

@8V5M6JQLiberal answered…1yr

Require ISPs to retain data for two years for police investigations.

@8TK8FQQ answered…1yr

@4Z64393from New South Wales  answered…2yrs

Terrorist yes. But do more on security it was never intended for e commerce and I keep getting porn viruses.

@8MBS64F answered…2yrs

No, however there needs to be a better system for child pornography/trafficking/darkweb

@8C64GXN answered…2yrs

Yes but only to prevent hate crime and all crimes against children


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