Beginning in December 2017, emails detailing the compelling argument and victory decision for Computers in Cells were sent to all prison authorities within Australia, as well as to authorities in most countries globally. They were requested to adopt the argument in their jurisdiction.
In every Australian and New Zealand jurisdicition, each Premier, Minister, Opposition Spokesperson, Greens, and head of bureaucracy were sent the news. Emails were also sent to all NSW Members of Parliament and Judges from the High Court to magistrates.
Internationally, the information was sent globally to prison authorities in UK, Canada and USA.
It went to Europe with translations where necessary. This included Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Belgium, Switzerland, Ireland, Cyprus, Malta, The Netherlands, Finland, Austria, Germany, Czech Republic, Portugal, Spain, Belarus, Georgia, Iceland, Kosovo, Albania, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Monaco, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine and Denmark.
In Asia it went to China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, Pakistan, Singapore, and Taiwan.
It also went with translations to the Districts of Russia, the Caribbean, Jamaica, Guam and Fiji.
Responses are flowing in from all over the world with the right to communication in locked institutions firmly on the agenda.