Digital Liberty Coalition

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The Digital Liberty Coalition (DLC) is an Australian nonprofit organisation that emerged from the public backlash against the Australian government's plans to implement compulsory ISP-level filtering of internet content (cf. proposed compulsory filtering scheme). It consists of various grassroots movements and held its first national rally on 1 November 2008, in several Australian state capitals.[1]

According to its website, the Digital Liberty Coalition seeks to promote free speech online, and to challenge the constitutional validity of legislative infringements on civil liberties.[2]

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  1. ^ Kidman, Angus (3 December 2008), "Protestors Take to the Streets", APC Mag, archived from the original on 15 January 2010, retrieved 4 December 2008 .
  2. ^ "About DLC", Digital Liberty Coalition, retrieved 4 December 2008 

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