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The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is responsible for the regulation of broadcasting, radio communications, telecommunications and online content. It administers complaint schemes for radio, TV and internet content.
Internet content means stored information accessed over the internet, including material on the World Wide Web (www), postings on news groups and bulletin boards, and files that can be downloaded via 'peer-to-peer' software. It doesn't cover ordinary email or information accessed in real time without previously being stored (e.g. chat services). It also can't be something that you simply do not like or that you just disagree with.
How to complain about online content
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