The Chopping List: Details of films that have been cut or banned.
Media Censorship in Australia: Film, TV, print, games, and internet media censorship news.
The Australian Sex Party: Fighting to keep religion out of politics.
Eros: Lobby group for Australian adult industry.
Deception: Church Clergy sex abuse.
Libertus.net: Australian censorship history, as well as all the news concerning the current debate.
Games Censorship Collection: The early days of games censorship in Australia.
Electronic Frontiers Australia: National organisation representing internet users concerned with on-line freedoms and rights.
No Clean Feed: The anti-filtering site of EFA.
Australian Internet Filtering Wiki: Internet censorship history and news.
Somebody Think of the Children!: Censorship blog, with a particular focus on internet filtering.
Wider Screenings: Robert Cettl is the author of several e-books about Australian censorship.
Internet Censorship and Civil Liberties in Australia: Danny Yee's site covers a variety of censorship issues.
Banned in Australia: Federal publications censorship from 1901 to 1973.
Banned: A blog that highlights banned books on display at the National Archives in Canberra.
Civil Liberties Australia: Monitoring the police, security forces, and the actions and inaction of politicians.
NSW Council of Civil Liberties: One of Australia’s leading human rights and civil liberties organisations.
Queensland Council for Civil Liberties: Organisation concerned with the protection of individual rights and civil liberties
Liberty Victoria: Working to defend and extend human rights and freedoms in Victoria.
The Classification Website: The Australian Government's home of censorship. Replaced the OFLC in July 2007.
South Australian Classification Council: An unnecessary layer of censorship from the most conservative State.Standing Council on Law and Justice (SCLJ): The twice-yearly meetings of the State Censorship Ministers.
Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA): Regulation of TV, radio, and online content.
Advertising Standards Bureau: Self-regulatory body for advertising complaints.
ARIA Labelling Code of Practice: Classification labels for music.
Customs (Prohibited Imports) Regulation 4A: The law under which customs will take your films, games, and books.
Melon Farmers: UK site covering worldwide censorship.
British Board of Film Classification: The UK censorship body.
Worldwide DVD Censorship Forum: Film censorship forums covering the BBFC and the MPAA.DVD Compare: DVD and Blu-ray releases compared from around the world.
New Zealand Office of Film and Literature Classification: The New Zealand censorship body. The only OFLC that remains.
The Film Society of New Zealand: Includes a history of film censorship in New Zealand.
Movie-Censorship: Uncut vs. Cut versions of films compared.
Schnittberichte: Uncut vs. Cut versions of films compared. German language.
John Reid Vintage Movie Memorabilia: The most comprehensive source of Original Movie Memorabilia in Australia
Digital Retribution: Site for Australian fans of horror, cult, and exploitation.
Technicolour Yawn: Melbourne movie-going during the R-rated years of 1970-1984.
AussieRoadshow on YouTube: Australian tapes, along with some censorship talk.
Aussie Video Covers: Full scans from all the Australian tape labels.
Phantom of Pulp: Blog of Australian Director Mark Savage. See Enid Blyton and Guy N. Smith side-by-side.
Not Suitable for General Exhibition: Movie poster forum that sometimes covers early Australian film censorship.
Accent Film Entertainment: Released IRREVERSIBLE, 9 SONGS, and A SERBIAN FILM to the Australian market.
Monster Pictures: Released THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE 2, and had HANGER and FATHER'S DAY banned.
Siren Visual Entertainment: Released CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST in Australia. Say no more!
Umbrella Entertainment: Released a number of previously banned titles on DVD such as FACES OF DEATH and MANIAC.