Path: classic.iinet.com.au!iinet.com.au!root Date: 24 Jan 1994 17:06:49 WST From: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: cmsg newgroup aus.org.efa Control: newgroup aus.org.efa Newsgroups: aus.org.efa.ctl Message-ID: <root-aus.org.efa-24-Jan-1994-170649-WST@iinet.com.au> Approved: root Distribution: aus Lines: 28 For your newsgroups file: aus.org.efa Online Civil Liberties in Australia Electronic Frontiers Australia is the working name for a soon to be incorporated body whose broad purpose is to deal with Online civil liberties in Australia. The newsgroup is intended for general discussion of any issues related to this purpose, and related matters. The initial impetus for the group was given by Dr Michael Baker. His working definition of the group's objectives are To work towards a future in which - Access to electronic communication is as cheap and widely available as access to telephones is today - The electronic equivelants of the freedoms of speech, assembly, religion and the disemination of ideas are upheld - Privacy for electronic communication is available and upheld - The civil liberties of online users are defined and upheld The purpose of the corporation will be to define, promote and defend these ideals. Other appropriate material will include queries, statements, or reports relating to electronic civil liberties. For further information relating to the creation of the newsgroup, contact email@example.com, or call (09) 401-6331. For further information on EFA, mail firstname.lastname@example.org. - - - - - - - - 8< - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --- - -- - - Michael. -- Dr Michael Baker, EFA Board Chairman <http://apanix.apana.org.au/~mbaker> PO Box 5, Flaxley, SA 5153, Australia Internet:email@example.com Ph:08 388 8439 [08=+618] Fidonet:Michael Baker, 3:800/838 For EFA info email firstname.lastname@example.org Compuserve: 100026,1321
The above graph is a moving average of the number of articles posted into aus.org.efa per day. The top of the green area counts the number of articles posted in the last 24 hours, whereas the blue line counts the number of articles posted in the last 2 hours, times 12.