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Old 01-08-12, 02:46   #1
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Red Arrow Australians online privacy at risk again.

The Government is considering the most sweeping and radical changes to Australia's surveillance and intelligence laws since the establishment of the original powers in 1979.

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The Government is considering the most sweeping and radical changes to Australia's surveillance and intelligence laws since the establishment of the original powers in 1979.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QAxZ-riGmyo&list=UU4nh9pR_BtZZn1G_BM0K7Xg&index=1&feature=plcp
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That is dreadful, I am so sorry for you Aussies.
It would appear that the Aussie Govt is going the same way as the US...Freedom & Democracy, what a joke!

Fight them guys, the Aussies are strong and can bring a Govt down, like the Brits did years ago, Remember it was YOUR votes that got them into power in the first place. Use proxies all the time, there are plenty of choices for you in this section, so if that crazy law, ASEO?, is passed, they can't trace you.

pop, I have used the YouTube icon above the posting box to show your video live, like this ;

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Default Re: Australians online privacy at risk again.

Here are some old reports about this;


The Newest Internet Law To Worry About

Photo -Gizmodo Australia, January 31, 2012


Following in the proud, wide, footsteps of SOPA and PIPA, the US Senate is set to vote on another internet regulation bill this week — and the web is worrying already. Justified? Maybe. Unfortunately, the public isn’t allowed to read it.


Internet laws a sledgehammer approach to privacy

Chris Berg, Sydney Morning Herald, 12 February, 2012

Legislators with little knowledge of internet privacy will do more harm than good.




'Governments have always struggled to legislate for the online world'. Photo: Nic Walker

THE protest against the American Stop Online Piracy Act recently, where Wikipedia and 7000 other websites went dark for 24 hours, made two things plain.

THE protest against the American Stop Online Piracy Act recently, where Wikipedia and 7000 other websites went dark for 24 hours, made two things plain.
First, online activism can be effective. Before the protest, 31 members of Congress opposed the act. After the protest, that number swelled to 122. The bill died overnight.
More importantly, the protest emphasised that the internet is not the Wild West. Domestic laws and international treaties pervade everything we do online. And bad laws can cause profound damage.

The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) is an example of legislative over-reach. SOPA would have given the US government broad powers to shut down access to foreign sites that were suspected of hosting material that breached copyright. This would have given governments the power to interfere with the internal workings of the internet. Such a power would have been an unconscionable threat to free speech.

Yet SOPA is not alone. The internet is surprisingly vulnerable to laws that, with good intentions or bad, have the potential to stifle online liberties. Take for instance, the European Union's proposed ''right to be forgotten''. Changes to data protection laws now being considered by the European Parliament would give internet users the power to force websites to delete information about them.
There would be privacy benefits from this law. No question it would be lovely if we could make websites remove embarrassing photos or uncomfortable facts years after we uploaded them.
And yes, we need to keep pressure on social networks to protect our privacy. Too many companies are reckless with user data. Yet the EU's plan goes way too far. A legislated ''right to be forgotten'' would be, like SOPA, a threat to freedom of speech. These new rules would, according to the American legal scholar Jane Yakowitz, ''give EU residents an unprecedented inalienable right to control and delete facts that were once voluntarily communicated''.

In the age of social media we all happily put information about ourselves in the public domain. A right to be forgotten is actually an obligation for others to forget things they've been told.
Apart from being unworkable (erasing stuff from the internet is a lot more complicated than politicians seem to believe), this new obligation would envelop the internet in a legal quagmire.

The law would turn every internet user into a potential censor, with a veto over everything they've ever revealed about themselves. Every time media organisations referred to freely obtained information, they would have to be sure they could prove they did so for a ''legitimate'' news purpose. This would create enormous difficulties for journalism. Censorship to protect privacy is just as dangerous as censorship to prevent piracy.
But unlike SOPA, there has been no outcry about these new rules. No blackout of popular websites, no mass petitions.
SOPA was driven by American politicians in the thrall of an unpopular copyright lobby. The European data protection rules are being driven by social democrats claiming to protect people's privacy. And, in 2012, privacy is a value that many people claim to rate above all others.

By contrast, free speech seems daggy and unpopular. Even our self-styled civil liberties groups have downgraded their support for freedom of speech. Now other rights - privacy is one, the right not to be offended is another - are seen as more important. So these new laws could slip through with disastrous consequences.

Should Australians care what the European Parliament does? Absolutely.

The big internet firms are global. If a legislature in one country or continent changes the rules of the game, those firms have to comply. The easiest way to comply is by making global policy changes, not regional ones.
And regulations introduced overseas have a habit of eventually being introduced in Australia. Already our privacy activists are talking up the EU scheme.
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Thanks LBB I tried The youtube button but it didn't work for me, as I was kept being logged out yesterday????

But anyway thanks for what you found, I'll try and get the program I watched last night on TV about this and how if our IP's can be hacked into for our info and the government hacked into, it just means the hackers don't have to do has much, but just go to one place and find out everything about you.

Yes we did stop the Great Australian firewall, this is just another way to get around it like watching me doing up and emailing letters for ppl to sign and petitions with my name all over it, so I would be a great catch for them to shut me up.

Yes I stand up for the injustice of people from all over the world and will continue in doing so, Come free Julian Assange!!!
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Sorry POP. but NO Way... he is wanted for Sex Offenses in his own Country to which he has yet to face the Court. He is just a wanted criminal who is trying to get away with his crime rather then face up to them.
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I have been in the Australian Prison System and know that there is a lot of Injustice with-in it (Prison System), I feel that we need to do more for "US" rather then "THEM".
But saying that I would never Support a Pedifile or DRUG or Drink-Driving related offense.
I am NOT Saying that Julian Assange is any of the above but he is wanted to stand trial which he needs to do before he seeks freedom in another country.
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Sorry POP. but NO Way... he is wanted for Sex Offenses in his own Country to which he has yet to face the Court. He is just a wanted criminal who is trying to get away with his crime rather then face up to them.
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I have been in the Australian Prison System and know that there is a lot of Injustice with-in it (Prison System), I feel that we need to do more for "US" rather then "THEM".
But saying that I would never Support a Pedifile or DRUG or Drink-Driving related offense.
I am NOT Saying that Julian Assange is any of the above but he is wanted to stand trial which he needs to do before he seeks freedom in another country.
The UK Courts believe it is a Put Up job, organised by the US to stop Julian releasing any more of their dark secrets BaZ, I dont believe it either, seems to me those 2 dolly birds that accused him of the offences are after fame & $$$.

Dont you think its strange that they never put in a complaint to the Police about this, even those it was supposed to happen years ago, until the US started their actions against him.

I trust the Russians more than I do the US powers that be,,,,,and believe me I dont trust the Russians much.

Just sad to see with this latest action by the Aussie Govt, that they seem to be copying the US.
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If all cases of unprotected sex, had to appear in court, all real criminals would never have to worry.

See article in the guardian - uk - 2010/dec/17/julian-assange-sweden
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Well I found this article
http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2010/dec/17/julian-assange-q-and-a
BUT I still don't know what he is all about.
Ok I now feel that the Charges my be False.
But what has he done to warrant the interest of Goverment???
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