Electronic Frontiers Australia
Electronic Frontiers Australia Inc. (EFA) is a non-profit Australian national non-government organisation representing Internet users concerned with online liberties and rights. It has been vocal on the issue of Internet censorship in Australia.
Its major objectives are to:
- Protect and promote the civil liberties of users and operators of computer-based communications systems such as the Internet.
- Advocate the amendment of laws and regulations in Australia and elsewhere which restrict free speech.
- Educate the community at large about the social, political, and civil-liberties issues involved in the use of computer-based communications systems.
EFA was created in 1994. Its founders were inspired by the US-based Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), but EFA is not affiliated with the EFF. EFA is a founding member of the Global Internet Liberty Campaign.
- Green, Jonathon; Karolides, Nicholas J. (2005). Encyclopedia of Censorship. New York: Facts on File, Inc. p. 165. ISBN 1438110014. Retrieved 22 Jun 2014.
- Allison, G. Burgess (1995). The lawyer's guide to the Internet. Section of Law Practice Management, American Bar Association. p. 257. ISBN 1570731497. Retrieved 10 Jul 2014.
- Bowrey, Kathy (2005). Law and Internet Cultures. Cambridge University Press. p. 190. ISBN 0521600480. Retrieved 16 Jun 2014.
- Wadsen, Wayne (1998). Cryptography and liberty: an international survey of encryption policy. Global Internet Liberty Campaign. p. 67. Retrieved 10 Jul 2014.
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