Breaking climatic release: Minister takes the hard-line with net safety
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
JANUARY 8, 2008, CANBERRA - Minister for Internets, Stephen Conroy, today announced a new measure aimed at tackling the spread of online viruses, STIs (Surfing Transmitted Infections) and other net nasties.
A spokesperson for NetAlarmed who has personally trialled the new Conroydoms says the product offers various benefits over traditional condoms. As well as allowing a significant increase in stimulation, the product also ensures a feeling of safety and serenity when accessing the World Wide Web.
All Australian families will soon receive in the mail a pack of personally autographed Conroydoms, as well as a complimentary jar of Krudd Lubricant®.
This website is fictional. It is a work of satire in response to Australian Government's absurd Internet censorship policy and the former NetAlert policy. Despite national criticism from industry groups, professionals and citizens, Kevin Rudd and Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Stephen Conroy, plan to implement mandatory internet filtering in 2008.
The dangers of Internet censorship outlined here are real. Educate your children about the internet just as you would warn them about the dangers of everyday life. Australia does not require a Government babysitter. Contact NetAlarmed. Please visit my blog, Somebody Think Of The Children if you would like to find out more information about Internet Censorship in Australia or NetAlarmed.