Censor secrecy okay: tribunal
Electronic Frontiers Australia had requested access under the Freedom of Information Act to a number of Australian Broadcasting Authority documents relating to censored websites.
But the ABA refused to release details that identified the nature of the material.
Last week the AAT supported the ABA decision, ruling that release of the information would have a "substantial adverse effect on the ABA's ability to administer the co-regulatory scheme" for internet content.
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