An evening of learning, proposed by Federal Greens
Aussie, Aussie, Aussies… whether or not you like knights and dames, methinks it’s time to castle. With both major parties bull-dozing their way into our private lives, with the
It’s been suggested that the invasion of everyone’s private correspondence, without a warrant, is in the interest of ‘national security’ and fighting crime. It’s been pointed out that metadata retention provides ‘evidence’ to sue you, for downloading ‘Game of Thrones’. Big Pharma might also be on your back one day, post-TPP, for buying your medication at a cheaper price online.
What I fear is that global surveillance provides a means for a global elite, to learn the ‘Deepest Secret Fear’ of any opponent; and to thwart their every move in advance. Metadata essentially monitors networks of communications, not just individuals; so this power extends over groups of all kinds, be it political parties, unions, journalists or activists defending their water supplies and farmlands.
The Greens are the only large political party opposing this ‘accident waiting to happen’ / totalitarian-corporate take-over. Senator Ludlam has decided to spread the word, far and wide, on how to really protect Australia. Every technique you learn in this workshop is entirely legal, and safe for use. If you can get yourself a decent VPN (virtual private network), it may even speed up your internet connection.