How can Australia’s internet cafes be closed to children?
Posted September 14, 2018 17:09:08 Australia’s online cafes are set to close from this month as the government moves to ban the practice of children using the internet at home.
The ban comes after more than 1,000 Australian children were found to be using the web in breach of the Children and Families Act, which bans internet access to children.
The Government is working on a “Safe Spaces” Bill, which would ban internet access for children from the age of five, as well as a “Zero Tolerance” ban for children aged between two and five.
The government has also launched a crackdown on the internet cafe industry, with ISPs now requiring that they are “zero tolerance” in dealing with children.
Some cafes are already closing their doors, while others are being converted into gaming rooms, and others are selling goods such as books.
One cafe has been closed in the town of Kogarah, in Western Australia’s north, where the town is home to the largest online gaming cafe.
The cafe has closed, but some parents are still using the cafe as a gaming lounge, and parents are being given a refund of the $25 membership fee for the month of September.
“Parents will be able to visit the cafe on the day of the closure, but parents will not be allowed to play games,” a cafe owner told ABC News.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has launched an investigation into the cafe’s closure.
“We want to ensure that we are doing everything possible to protect the consumer’s right to choose and the right of the consumer to use a cafe,” ACCC Commissioner Greg Hunt said.
“But if we are forced to close a cafe, we can’t have a cafe open on Saturday because we don’t have the space to open on the weekend.”
The Government will also be banning internet cafes in the state of Victoria, which has about half of Australia’s population of 1.5 billion people.
The Federal Government will be introducing a new ban on the use of the internet by the aged over 18, as part of a $30 billion infrastructure upgrade.
The National Broadband Network is also being rolled out in NSW, with some parts of the state being the first to see its roll out.
The rollout of the NBN is set to start in 2019, with the Government announcing a number of changes to the way that broadband is delivered, including allowing people to choose when and where they will be connected to the internet.
The Prime Minister has also announced that people will have the right to request that their internet connection be disconnected.
The roll out of the National Broadpath Network has also seen the rollout of NBN Co’s internet service to almost 30,000 households across Australia.
A total of 2.5 million premises have been upgraded, with many areas still not receiving the service, including some parts with rural areas.
It is unclear how many people have been able to upgrade.
Many Australians still struggle to get online, despite the rollout, with a new study showing that more than half of Australians have at least one connection at home that they can’t access online.
The internet is so fast that the government is already finding out that people don’t always have enough internet at their fingertips.
The data showed that more Australians than ever before are using their mobile phones for entertainment.
The average household has a smartphone in their pocket or on their wrist.