This is an electronic summary of an individual’s health records, and the system allows for individuals and healthcare providers to access their key health information online.
The Australian Government is seeking your feedback on draft changes designed to simplify and modernise our copyright laws
Does that really mean what it implies? The Government have legislated in the “good doctors” and are paying them 24.6 Million in “incentives” and funding that advertising campaign above?
“The case was dismissed by High Court judge Justice Gavin Lightman, who noted that not only did he have no say over the case, but even if he did rule in favour of Mr Fitzgibbon the Australian Government, independent since 1901, could ignore him completely.
“It is for the Australian courts to apply Australian law to determine the capacity in which Her Majesty the Queen is acting, the appropriate seal and the consequences, if any, if the wrong seal is used,” he ruled.
This organised pseudolegal commercial argument claims that our original government was hijacked, and the entity is now just a “corporation” “posing as a government” and hold as evidence of this fallacy, our registration details in the United States Security Exchange Commision.
The Key for a public Interest proceeding seems to be that there is a genuine cause of action, which is legally arguable without personal interests at stake or expectation of gain and of high public importance
TweetA further evolution of the freeman/sovereign movement, is a group known as Lose the Name. This group asserts that since there exists a Crown copyright on the layout of birth certificates and other official documentation, that this copyright also applies to the use of a persons name. For these reasons they are instructed to refuse […]
The Australian Government is inviting Submissions to be received for the Public Inquiry in Migrant Intake into Australia.
The Cestui Que Vie Act 1666 is totally misconceived by those within the freeman/sovereignty movement to imply that state ownership of their body applies via the birth registration process, and unless this presumption is lawfully refuted before the time period of seven years elapses after registration, they become the property of the state, having been declared legally dead, or “lost at sea”.
TweetAustralian courts and Australian parliaments appear equally reluctant to create a generalized tort of invasion of privacy in Australia. This is despite the increasing use of social media, including Facebook, which has created new ways for an individual’s privacy to be invaded. Revenge porn — the public posting of intimate photos, often shared privately in […]