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Greens Senator Scott Ludlum says IT pros changing vote because of FTTN NBN

'Geeks, coders, network engineers would never have voted Green in a million years'

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Greens Senator Scott Ludlam has unloaded on the government, offering the following observations about its technology-related policies.

"As for the premeditated destruction of the NBN and Attorney-General George Brandis's degrading capitulation to the surveillance state when confronted with the unlawful actions of the US NSA—even the internet is turning green, 'for the win'. Geeks and coders, network engineers and gamers would never have voted Green in a million years without the blundering and technically illiterate assistance of your leadership team. For this I can only thank you."

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