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Conroy Still Hell-Bent On Internet Filter

lukehopewell1 writes “In an interview for the ABC’s PM program yesterday, Communications Minister Stephen Conroy said that there would be no conscience vote on the Australian government’s proposed mandatory internet filter. ‘Conscience votes go to matters to do with life and death in the [Australian] Labor Party,’ Conroy said. The minister said that the filter debate was not about censorship, rather it centred around refused classification material (more…)

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  • Hughes still keen on Lescott deal

    Manchester City boss Mark Hughes has not given up hope of signing Everton centre-back Joleon Lescott, despite having two bids turned down.

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  • A number of sources are reporting that in antagonism of LHC hype, Fermilab’s Tevatron has produced another attainment on well-controlled determining. Currently the world’s most potent operating hint accelerator, the Tevatron has allowed researchers to attend to a rare choose A-one Quark. “In the past, unequalled quarks had just been observed when produced close to the sinewy atomic compel. That interaction leads to the making of pairs of cap quarks. (more…)

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