Send Malcolm Turnbull back to school on internet policy

Send Malcolm Turnbull back to school on internet policy

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Big rights holders like Foxtel and internet companies want to introduce a scheme that is meant to stop online piracy by sending consumers “education” notices.

The scheme will funnel consumers into legal action - we're asking the Minister for Communications to step in and take responsibility for internet policy.

Big rights holders like Foxtel and internet companies want to introduce a scheme that is meant to stop online piracy by sending consumers “education” notices.

The scheme will funnel consumers into legal action - we're asking the Minister for Communications to step in and take responsibility for internet policy.

Teach the Minister about the importance of consumer protections

We’re sending him a letter; will you sign it with us?

Big rights holders like Foxtel and internet companies want to introduce a scheme that is meant to stop online piracy by sending consumers “education” notices, but actually funnels people into court.

Don’t want industry to create an “education” system that actually funnels internet users into court to pay huge fines? Help educate the Minister for Communications by ...

We’re sending him a letter; will you sign it with us?

Big rights holders like Foxtel and internet companies want to introduce a scheme that is meant to stop online piracy by sending consumers “education” notices, but actually funnels people into court.

Don’t want industry to create an “education” system that actually funnels internet users into court to pay huge fines? Help educate the Minister for Communications by adding your name to the Education Notice.

*By adding your name to the Education Notice, your name will be presented in a letter to the Minister for Communications. Apart from your name, CHOICE will not pass on your information to any third parties.

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Dear Malcolm Turnbull, Minister for Communications,

Don't step aside and let industry police my internet use! Step forward and make sure any policy has proper safeguards for consumers.

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