Category Archives: Privacy

Kevin Bracken, Australian trade unionist stands up for 9/11 truth – PM discusses in Federal Parliament

Sparked off by the Australian Greens request for a debate on the war in Afghanistan, Kevin Bracken the president of the Trades Hall council and the secretary of the Maritime Union of Australia, has taken a stand and made his views clear once again. In regards to the September 11th 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York, Bracken has gone on the record stating that “I believe the official story is a conspiracy theory that doesn’t stand up to scientific scrutiny”. 76.79% of readers polled agree. Kevin Brackens comments were later discussed during question time by Julia Gillard the PM of Australia. Continue reading

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Dictionary.com installs over 200 tracking cookies on visitors computers

In the past I have been known to use dictionary.com and thesaurus.com. Not anymore. I distinctly remember visiting dictionary.com a few weeks ago. It was the first visit since upgrading my OS and browser. I was shocked by how sluggish … Continue reading

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Julia Gillard – Don’t insult our intelligence.

Julia Gillard is standing behind Conroy’s Internet Filter. I am outraged by the Australian government and its decisions on issues relating to the internet and personal freedom. It’s like Australian government representatives have sections of their brains removed that deal … Continue reading

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Who really owns facebook?

I was recently asked why I stopped using facebook. The reason I closed my account is because I got sick of people poking me all the time and being attacked by zombies etc.. what a waste of time. The other … Continue reading

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