The Federal Government abandons internet filter

Senator Conroy has announced that the Federal Government will no longer be implementing a mandatory internet filter in Australia.

The internet filter was proposed back in 2008 as a way to increase internet regulation in Australia. The filter would have required ISPs to block content deemed unsuitable by the Australian Communications and Media Association (ACMA).

The internet filter was criticised heavily by civil libertarians and technology businesses for being out of touch with the way the internet works and also a breech upon the civil rights of Australians. The Electronic Frontiers Association has welcomed the announcement, after years of campaigning against its introduction.

Lodge a support ticket

Need assistance? Use the form below to lodge a support ticket with us. Items marked with an asterisk * are required


About us

Do you have a computer problem? Welcome to our website. Supportedge is a specialist IT consulting company. Our aim is to give you the very best advice specific to your unique business model. We fix and maintain computer systems and networks, but that is only a small part of how we can help to give your business the technical edge. As time goes on, information technology becomes more important, so we tailor all manner of technology to the way in which you work with your goals in mind. In this respect, we see ourselves as business consultants. We believe in a partnership with our customers. Our team will get to know your business and its staff. Please, meet our team: Our core service area extends from Lane Cove to Mosman but we do have customers in all areas of Sydney. Contact us to get the best possible value out of your technology


Data Connections

Please contact us for proposals on business grade fiber and midband data links.  We can offer solutions from just about any provider (ISP) in Sydney. Below are quick-links for residential TPG services. TPG ADSL2+ with TPG home phone TPG ADSL2+ only (home phone with another provider) Mobile phone &nbsp