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http://www.smh.com.au/technology/techno ... -vh09.html

Australian customs officers have been given new powers to search incoming travellers' laptops and mobile phones for pornography, a spokeswoman for the Australian sex industry says.

Fiona Patten, president of the Australian Sex Party, is demanding an inquiry into why a new question appears on Incoming Passenger Cards asking people if they are carrying "pornography".

Patten said officials now had an unfettered right to examine travellers' electronic devices, marking the beginning of a new era of official investigation into people's private lives. She questioned whether it was appropriate to search people for legal R18+ and X18+ material.

“Is it fair that customs officers rummage through someone's luggage and pull out a legal men's magazine or a lesbian journal in front of their children or their mother-in-law?” she said.

"If you and your partner have filmed or photographed yourselves making love in an exotic destination or even taking a bath, you will have to answer 'Yes' to the question or you will be breaking the law."

Customs confirmed the new reference to "pornography" on the Incoming Passenger Cards and the search powers, acknowledging that searches conducted by officers may involve the discovery of "personal or sensitive possessions".

A spokesman said officers were trained to apply "tact and discretion" in their dealings with passengers.

"Including an express reference to pornography is intended to enhance the interception of prohibited pornography at the border, by making passengers aware that some forms of pornography may be a prohibited import," the spokesman said.

The "pornography" question has appeared on the cards since September last year. The change was only spotted by Patten earlier this month and it had received little to no coverage in the media.

Colin Jacobs, chairman of the lobby group Electronic Frontiers Australia, said the change appeared to have sneaked under the radar "without any public consultation about the massive privacy issues".

"It's hard to fathom what the pressing concern could be that requires Australia to quiz every entrant to the country on their pornography habits, as if visitors would be aware of the nuances of the Australian classification scheme," he said.

"If this results in Customs trawling through more private information on laptops searching for contraband, I would say the solution is way worse than the problem."

Patten said if the question was designed to stop child pornography being smuggled into the country then the question should have been asked about "child pornography", without encompassing regular porn.

Hetty Johnson, chief executive of child protection group Bravehearts, agreed with Patten that the question was too broad. She said it should only apply to illegal pornography.

"If it said child porn I'd be 100 per cent behind it - if you're carrying child pornography then you deserve everything you get," she said in a phone interview.

The issue has echoes of the 1956 detention of famed British conductor and composer Sir Eugene Goossens who had his bag searched upon his return from Europe.

He was carrying material that was considered, at the time, pornographic and his reputation was subsequently ruined, forcing him to flee the country.

"The term pornography is not referred to at all in the federal Classification Act, which customs relies on to classify their material," Patten said.


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Niedlugo beda wsadzac kazdemu na glowie jakis hi-tech helmofon i karac za sprosne mysli ;-)

Niestety, juz na dzien dzisiejszy duzo panstw mocno ingeruje w wolnosc swoich obywateli, nakazujac badz zakazujac i nie wyglada na to ze zmieni sie to na lepsze w przyszlosci...


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PostNapisane: Pt maja 21, 2010 9:46 am 
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Juz widze te plakaty na lotnisku (ala te ktore wisza nad autostrdami): "Police targets wankers" :D
A tak w ogole nie zapominajcie "War is Peace; Freedom is Slavery; Ignorance is Strength!"
Australia coraz usilniej dazy aby znalezc sie w klubie tak zacnych swiatowych demokracji jak Oman, UEA i Chiny i wprowadza cenzure (plany cenzury internetu) dokladnie w tym modelu.
Brawo chlopaki! Chroncie mnie przed soba samym!

Przemasxx niestety musze ci popsuc humor, kraje EU maja wylozone na to czy sie trzepie i przy czym sie trzepie, oraz co ogladam w internecie. Obrazek z Lloret de Mar w Katalonii - sklep marokanski - nadmuchiwane kolka dla dzieci zaraz obok pornoli z oslami :P Artykuly pierwszej potrzebny :D


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Already, such information is routinely collected from Australians who travel to the US or Britain to protect their borders and the identities of their citizens, he said. ''We have to get with the times in Australia.''

Fingerprint recognition is also used to gain access to some workplaces or homes, and for computer security. Unfortunately, it was part of the ''Australian psyche'' to believe ''fingerprint equals criminality'', Mr McDevitt said.

''I don't find that at all threatening or big brotherish.''

mcdevitt jest szefem CrimTrac - a federal agency which keeps and develops national databases of information including criminal histories, DNA and fingerprints.


wiec tak. sa przestepcy wykorzystujacy tozsamosc innych i zeby ich zwalaczac rzad widze prze ku temu, zeby od kazego z nas pobrac odciski. pozniej zapewne dna. zaobraczkowac i z gora dlugow do splacenia byc pewnym, ze nie zbuntujemy sie, bo skonczy sie bolesna kara...

http://www.smh.com.au/national/police-s ... -vpdu.html


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