The campaign to embed a third chamber of parliament in Australia’s Constitution is going so badly that the government is left with no option but to censor the entire internet:
Digital platforms – including social media, search engines, and dating sites – could face fines of up to $6.8m under proposed new laws aimed at combating misinformation online.
Under historic new legislation proposed by the government, digital platforms could face penalties of up to $6.88m for failing to address systemic disinformation and misinformation.
The latest polling indicates support for the so-called “Voice to Parliament” has dropped to 43%. Moreover, there is less than 50% support for “the voice” in a majority of states, and 47% of voters Australia-wide oppose it.
Facing calls to postpone of even scrap the referendum vote, Australia’s desperate globalist government is responding the only way it knows how:
The government has released a draft framework to empower the Australian Communications and Media Authority to hold digital platforms responsible for misleading or deliberately deceptive information online.
Minister for Communications Michelle Rowland said the proposed legislation was aimed at protecting Australians from the growing threat.
“Mis and disinformation sows division within the community, undermines trust, and can threaten public health and safety,” she said.