The terms 'racism' or 'racist' are used to denote an attitude of racial superiority that may be considered offensive by many people, but which may nevertheless be lawful in Australia.
1.1 Websites 1.2 Computer Games 1.3 Racist Music: Publication, Merchandising and Recruitment 1.4 Open Publishing Sites 1.5 Interactive Mediums: Emails, Chat-rooms and Discussion-groups This paper examines the problem of racism on the Internet or "cyber-racism".
It illustrates the types of Internet material that are of concern to racial equality and human rights groups in this country and the international community.
It isn’t clear exactly why the features have been blocked in the country.
But local reports have speculated that it is a way of protecting the revenues of traditional telecoms companies.
 The term 'racial vilification' is used to denote racially offensive communication and actions that are prohibited under state or federal law in Australia.