​Industry calls for website-blocking appeal process


The laws allowing Australian government agencies to block websites should include an appeal process for owners of websites that may be inadvertently blocked in the scheme, the parliamentary committee reviewing the legislation has heard.

During a public hearing last week, Communications Alliance director program management Christiane Gillespie-Jones told the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Infrastructure and Communications that such an appeals process would provide website owners with a channel of recourse that is currently not available.


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