Background to Conroy's Clean Feed, which continues to generate a blogstorm of protest and the twitter hashtag @nocleanfeed (no clean feed). A truly bizarre idea that reflects its political ideology — none of the child pornographers use the world wide web, they migrated to bittorrent years ago and buried their sick images in cryptographically-sealed 'innocent' images of beaches, buildings, people shopping, etc.
Howard dropped it when he realised it was not workable, now Rudd has to have a go. Unfortunately, it is going to cost us a shedload of money at a time when we are already in massive debt, a debt we probably didn't need to have ("the debt we needed to have" hey, Trevor Cook? [grin] – a reference to the then Prime Minister Paul Keating's infamous quote that the recession was a recession we needed to have).
Complete with video. Of course
Technorati are not dead as I thought – in fact, very much alive, just like the web!
Says Jali Chandra, "Here's a couple of videos of me from last week's BlogWorld: the first is from Techcrunch's coverage of my 2009 State of the Blogosphere keynote (includes full speech including Q&A), and the second is the post keynote interview with WebProNews. Enjoy!"