Saturday, February 23, 2019

Australia's basket case legal system; 6 life sentences means out in 46 years

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Activ8me another dodgy internet provider


A good rule to follow is that if it's advertised, stay away from it, especially if it's a government advertisement.

See article from 5 Dec 2018 by the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission of the headline:
  
Internet provider Activ8me in court for alleged misleading advertisements

The ACCC has instituted proceedings against internet provider Australian Private Networks Pty Ltd (trading as Activ8me) in the Federal Court for allegedly making false or misleading representations when advertising its internet services.

The ACCC alleges that, between June and October this year, Activ8me breached the Australian Consumer Law when it made the false or misleading claims in three direct mail advertisements and five online banner advertisements marketing its Opticomm fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) packages.

“Activ8me sent thousands of advertisements with allegedly false or misleading claims about the speed, data limits and costs of its internet services,” said ACCC Deputy Chair Delia Rickard.

The ACCC alleges that Activ8me made false and misleading representations when it told consumers they could access speeds of up to 100Mbps for $59.95 a month with no setup fee. In fact, the $59.95 plan only offered speeds of 12/1Mbps and a set-up fee of $99.95 applied if the consumer did not sign up to a 12-month plan.

Activ8me also told consumers that they would receive unlimited data when in fact Activ8me could suspend access or charge more for data use it deemed ‘unreasonable’.

“This is the second time this year that the ACCC has taken enforcement action against Activ8me for engaging in conduct that we allege is misleading, after we issued an Infringement Notice for false or misleading claims in March” Ms Rickard said.

“Our decision to take court proceedings this time shows how seriously the ACCC takes Activ8me’s further conduct.”

The ACCC is seeking declarations, injunctions, pecuniary penalties, a corrective notice, consumer redress, a compliance program and costs.

The ACCC has taken action against a range of telecommunications companies in relation to internet services, including misleading broadband speed claims by TelstraOptus, TPG, Dodo, iPrimus and Commander, MyRepublic and iiNet and Internode. The ACCC has also taken action against Optus in relation to the transition to the NBN.

Background:
On 1 March 2018 Activ8me paid a penalty after the ACCC issued an infringement notice for alleged false or misleading representations that its internet services were endorsed by the ACCC.

Activ8me’s direct mail advertisements, sent to over 60,000 recipients, were targeted at consumers in areas connected to the Opticomm fibre network. Opticomm Co Pty Ltd (Opticomm) is a builder and wholesaler of FTTP network infrastructure to new estates and developments. Opticomm is not a party to these proceedings.

The ACCC’s guidance for retail service providers on how to advertise speeds for fixed-line broadband services, including clearly identifying typical peak speeds can be found here- Broadband speed claims: Industry guidance

“100 mbps” refer to 100 megabits per second in download speed. “12/1mbps” refers to 12 megabits per second in download speed and 1 megabit per second in upload speed.

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Country Court of Victoria, abuse of process, vexatious litigation?

Is this is an example of something what is called an 'abuse of process'?

A person by the name of Blair Cottrell allegedly wrote on social media:

"Multiculturalism is no failure, since it's purpose from the beginning was to turn great nations into rabble of goyim, I would say it's been a great success"

as seen below:

Since the Jewish people use the word goyim, why exclude them from the lawsuit?

Let's add Buddhists, Tao monks, Hindus and let's not forget those Christians (in parliament, apparently they're a big no no).

(Hindu deity Ganesha, a human body genetically modified to accept an elephant's head)

For the record, Victorian law has been scoured through to find this criminal act to "incite serious ridicule of Muslim people" and to surprise everyone no such criminal action could be found:




See documentary honest government ad on Australia being the Police State:



What is very important in this penal colony (to the authorities of course and not 'you' the serf) is that if a driver travels 2km/h over the prescribed velocity for a given stretch of road, then the registered owner of the vehicle is automatically guilty of a CRIMINAL offence, where that person must prove their innocence.

'Normally' in criminal law the burden of proof is on the prosecution.

Just a reminder from the Lawyer X exposé that court clerks, officials, registrars etc are under police orders.

STILL not convinced Australia is a Police State?

Monday, February 18, 2019

Manus Island, Paladin contract a normal corrupt tender process in Australia




With the current MPs (Mutts in Parliament) at the helm, the colony we affectionately call  Australia is literally a runaway pirate ship, in (dis)regards to the law, human rights and 'self governance'.

With recent attention drawn to the dodgy company, Paladin registered to a beach shack on Kangaroo Island,  what should happen is the removal of people in government involved with the matter, starting off with Peter Dutton.

Since the self governing pirates of this colony rule with force, fear, intimidation with threats of violence, incarceration with the full support of a corrupt 'justice' system, it'll be BAU (Business As Usual) as soon as the racket dies down.

The Paladin awarded contract is just another example of many corruptly awarded contracts within Australia.

Realistically ALL government contracts should be put under the microscope, but will the serf ever see that happened in the colony they live in?  

Remember the (false) advertisement: " Australia the lucky country", yeah but 'lucky' for who?

Sunday, February 17, 2019

The dangers of smart phone 'computing'


One of the best self sponsored surveillance devices is the mobile phone.

Previously your location via tower triangulation was contained within the telecommunications company where at least officially a warrant was needed for other government actors to access this information.

With the advent of smart phones a new level of surveillance and location accuracy can be obtained with the addition of cameras and GPS chips and other sensors within the consumer grade device.

This data has now become easily harvested from the device with the help of apps or programs.

The respective app stores by Apple and Google have been around for over a decade, where programs contain 'malicious' code detrimental to the user's privacy and security, but only just recently this is being addressed.

Governments are promoting their services via Android / Google app only choices therefore putting the user's privacy / security at risk, where the more cost effective solution would be a device independent browser based service.

Since the agenda of governments is to monitor and control the movements of the serf population, more data can be easily harvested by a government controlled app, like the whereabouts of a Centrelink 'customer' claiming unemployment benefits from a holiday resort via their smartphone app, than from a more secure platform on a personal computer, with anonymising software and no inserted GPS chip.

An example of obtaining location information is highlighted within the screen capture of an article from the UK's dailymail where a paedophile police officer used this data to rape a young girl.

If a member from the administration (i.e. a judge, MP,  police officer, etc) had the same done to their child there would not doubt be an expedited overhaul of the law.

The problem is that the general population has been conned into relying on their (deliberately insecure) consumer grade smart phones, 'enticed' into putting their entire lives 'online' leaving 'breadcrumbs' in their wake for other to use.

Since most on social media are using their smart phones to log in, it seems that this will not change at least in the very near future anyway, as privacy / security does not really seem to be a concern for the serfs.

We do not recommend to log in to any services from your smart phone.