Member for Warringah Tony Abbott, show the public your British Citizenship renunciation form, proving you were not elected to our Parliament illegally.
Section 44 of the Australian Constitution forbids anyone holding dual citizenship from being elected to Parliament. Tony Abbott’s refusal (under FOI request) to provide his Form RN renouncing his British citizenship before being elected (26 March 1994), raises serious questions about his legality as a Member of Parliament. Openness and transparency are vital and we don’t need or want, and cannot tolerate an MP (far less a Prime Minister) in breach of the founding laws of our country – the only set of laws of Australia that cannot be changed by the Government of the day.
Please join this campaign: https://www.change.org/p/tony-abbott-show-us-your-papers-renouncing-your-british-citizenship-before-you-were-elected?recruiter=30233465&utm_campaign=mailto_link&utm_medium=email&utm_source=share_petition
I was using my twitter feed today with Echofon on my Android device. Not a bad little app I use when my iPhone is charging. I was looking through the settings and found a section where you extended the length of your tweet, but you had to use a 3rd party app. I had a look at the app. Then I read through the Terms of Service. Lets just say I was extremely flabbergasted, that anyone would agree to this license especially this section of the terms of Terms of Service. Effectively taking away all your privacy and Intellectual Property rights.
‘You acknowledge and agree that if you use any of the Services to contribute Content to the Site or Services (“User Content”), you hereby do and shall grant UberMedia a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free, transferable, sublicensable right to use, modify, reproduce, distribute, prepare derivative works of, display, publish, perform and otherwise fully exploit such User Content (including all related intellectual property rights) in any media format and through any media channel and to allow others to do so. To the extent allowed by law, the foregoing includes all rights of paternity, integrity, disclosure and withdrawal and any other rights that may be known as or referred to as “Moral Rights.” To the extent you retain any such Moral Rights under applicable law, you hereby ratify and consent to any action that may be taken with respect to such moral rights by UberMedia and agree not to assert any Moral Rights with respect thereto.’
All I can say HOLY CRAP! Are you kidding me!? Seriously? you want me to give away my rights to my content that has my copyright, intellectual property rights & moral rights. You want to just ignore these, so you can enjoy not paying any royalties or license fees? NO WAY MISTER/SISTER! Not going to happen.
So if you do happen to use this service http://tmi.me also known as UberSocial, I suggest you read the TOS and remove your content. Remove the app from your Android, Blackberry & iPhone devices.
This crew need to learn that our content, is exactly that it’s your content. They need to ask for permission not demand it in the TOS.
So here I was going through my browsers security & privacy settings, when I saw something catch my eye, it said “Do Not Track“.
I thought this is brilliant, this means I’ll no longer be tracked by sites online. However even Google state the following:
Does Chrome provide details of which websites and web services respect Do Not Track requests and how they interpret them?
No. At this time, most web services, including Google’s, do not alter their behavior or change their services upon receiving Do Not Track requests. (Updated October 2012). Learn more about Chrome’s other privacy and security features
So it just goes to show, no matter if you have DNT requests enabled. It depends on the other party to action that request. Another words you have 2 choices of not being tracked. Buckleys & None.
C|net Downloads, CBS Interactive. Really need to learn about what they preach with malware and phishing. I don’t appreciate downloading an application, only to have another 3 different applications asking to install on my computer.
Now if you didn’t read the screens carefully you would have a BLOAT load of unwanted software, when you only wanted one application.
C|net Downloads, CBS Interactive. SHAME! SHAME! SHAME!
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. If you play World of Warcraft, you NEED to have an Authenticator, attached to your account. If you don’t have one and you are in a Guild, you are not only putting yourself at risk of malicious attack, but also the Guild. I have no sympathy for people, who’s accounts get hacked, when having an Authenticator would of prevented this action from happening in the first place.
The Australian 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.
To Attorney-General Nicola Roxon,
Australians’ privacy and civil liberties should not be breached without cause or oversight. Forcing companies to track innocent Australians’ every move online, reducing the accountability
of ASIO officers and forcing Australians to hand over their data without cause does just that.
We call on the Government to ensure these proposed reforms outlined in the Attorney-General’s Department’s discussion paper do not become law.
Sign the Petition at the link below!