Australian Library and Information Association
Filtering software selectively controls what content Internet users can view and what activities they can participate in, using a variety of automatic technologies and set parameters.
This survey of Australian public libraries is the third such survey conducted by ALIA. It addresses the use of filtering in public Internet access terminals. The survey instrument was developed to provide feedback to the Department of Communication, IT and the Arts (DCITA) and the general public in relation to the Australian Government’s Protecting Australian Families Online (PAFO) initiative announced in June 2006
Deakin, ACT : Australian Library and Information Association
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