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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

Yes, but only to prevent child pornography and copyright infringement

@95KSND5 answered…1wk

No, any regulations should be carried out by police investigation or the relevant ministry for copyright infringement. Government should be treated the same as any other New Zealander when submitting complaints to either of these independent agencies.

@945CVFT answered…2mos

Too much false information and scammers many more bad things going around. Something needs to be done about it

@8XF4N37 answered…11mos

Data base it now takesbig affect that I mite see greater good but internet provider was no used talk to your network provider at all times

@8TH3Q6T answered…1yr

no we aint china. also found it concerning how after the christchurch shooting the government blocked us from being able to access the website 4chan

@8J97QQJ answered…2yrs

Yes but only to prevent child pornography, copyright infringements also monitor criminal activity, terrorism, national sercurity

@8HZNJFY answered…2yrs

No, but they should hold people responsible for hate speech and bullying.

@8H77NTV answered…2yrs

No, not in general but there should be a blacklist on dangerous material such as child porn and anti-semitic views

@8H4KNNR answered…2yrs

No, but only for FBI to prevent child pornography and trafficking

@8GL8P5P answered…2yrs

Yes to prevent child pornography, copyright infringement as well as maintain a blacklist of censored websites and require ISPs to retain data for at least two years.

@8G7744C answered…2yrs

Yes, but only police monitoring child pornography and trafficking

@8G5SJKR answered…2yrs

@8FR34SS answered…2yrs

Yes but only to prevent child pornography and other abusive materials

@8CMYGHF answered…2yrs

No, but with allowances for intervention in child pornography situations.

@8CGF7JX answered…2yrs

@8CF4X8R answered…2yrs

It should be regulated by an independent authority based on scientific research.

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

Yes, but allow citizens the option to use a government funded internet filter and do not require ISPs to retain data

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

Yes, maintain a blacklist of censored websites and require ISPs to retain data for two years for police investigations

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