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It’s Always Everyone’s Privacy and Freedom for Someone’s “Safety”

The latest document lodged on Friday 21 June 2024 regarding Australian online safety standards has apparently dialed things back a bit. For example:

For end-to-end encrypted services, providers are not required to implement or build a new decryption capability into the service or render encryption methods less effective.

How reassuring.

eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant

Not surprisingly, eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant was reportedly not happy about it because, you know, this whole thing is done for the sake of children’s safety and curbing pro-terror material and all that.

Let’s just state the obvious here: whilst authority structure is natural and some form of government is necessary, the biggest terrorists today are governments, especially if they are funding fascists and/or commies. And in an amazing coincidence, those same governments advocated unproven COVID-19 “vaccines” for children.

Anyway, it’s the same broken record of everyone else’s privacy and freedom for someone’s safety. One can only hope that Australia is too incompetent to pull it off—seriously, they can’t even block spam calls and text messages from India.


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