Clearview AI facial recognition case highlights need for clarity on law

Privacy regulator finds company breached Australian law, raising more questions about emerging technology. Megan Richardson is a Professor of Law at Melbourne Law School and a Chief Investigator in the ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society. Mark Andrejevic is Professor of Media Studies at Monash University and Chief Investigator at the ADM+S Centre’s Read More …

Facial recognition use found in breach of Australian privacy law

Australian privacy commissioner rules Clearview AI in breach of consumer privacy for facial recognition database and says multiple police forces are under investigation for employing the sensitive biometric database Facial recognition companies and brands endeavouring to use the technology have been put on notice by Australia’s privacy commissioner after two rulings determined such data collection Read More …

WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION implementing of Digital Documentation for COVid-19 test certificates

Below is the WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION implementing of Digital Documentation for COVid-19 test certificates.  Within the pages we found the following, “Treatment requires respecting and protecting all persons equally and acting to ensure, as far as possible, no wrongful or unfair discrimination that may amount to a violation of human rights” and… TRANSPARENCY: Providing clear, Read More …

COVID UPDATE: What is the truth?

Russell L. Blaylock, Retired Neurosurgeon, Theoretical Neuroscience Research, LLC, from Ridgeland, Mississippi, United States provides a well grounded overview of the Covid-19 pandemic of the past two and a half years on the National Library of Medicine. From the media to the key players and instigators of the pandemic this paper provides the facts and scrutinises Read More …

Man suspected of joining Islamic State wins High Court challenge against government decision to strip him of his citizenship

Another example in the High Court of the Executive Government acting beyond its powers in respect of Ministerial powers to strip Australians of their citizenship, the High Court ruled the Minister did not have the power to strip citizenship and this was the role of the court. A core provision of the federal government’s foreign Read More …

Is the Digital Passenger Declaration compulsory?

There are many claims surfacing on social media leading to misinformation claiming the Digital Passenger Declarations are compulsory. The Home Affairs Legislation Amendment (Digital Passenger Declaration) Regulations 2021 (the Digital Passenger Declaration Regulations) amend the Customs Regulation 2015 (Customs Regulation) and the Migration Regulations 1994 (Migration Regulations) to facilitate the introduction of a digital passenger Read More …

UK Government Releases Bombshell Study Showing COVID Vax ‘Increases Risk of Death’ and ‘Kills Hundreds Of Thousands After Five Months’

The Covid-19 vaxxed population is substantially more likely to die of any cause than the unvaxxed population in all age groups, according to new data released by the UK’s Office for National Statistics. This is yet more evidence that the Covid-19 vaccines are deadly, and research included within the ONS data shows it takes five months after Read More …