National Security Web Site: Somebody's Listening

    Date03 Jan 2003
    CategoryGovernment
    2748
    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    The designers of the Federal Government's National Security Web site, which was set up to educate people about the dangers which the Government claims the country faces, apparently do read what's been written about their site. . . The designers of the Federal Government's National Security Web site, which was set up to educate people about the dangers which the Government claims the country faces, apparently do read what's been written about their site.

    Some modifications have been made to the site on January 2 but the text index still displays in an extremely funny way - the left-hand side bar appears at the top of the page and the text which is meant to sit in the centre appears at the bottom!

    One can't help wondering why a Government which can find several million dollars to run advertisements - which add nothing to the average Aussie's comprehension of the terror threat - cannot pay a decent Web designer a couple of thousand and get a decent page designed.

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