Honest Government Ad | Anti Encryption Law reviews
The Australien Government has made an ad about its proposed anti encryption law and it’s surprisingly honest and informative.
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— Produced by Patrons of the Juice Media
— Written and created by Giordano for The Juice Media
— Performed by Zoe x voice by Lucy
— Thanks to Lizzie and Elise for script input
— Thanks to Lakeisha for babysitting Luca!
— Music by Eitan-Epstein: https://audiojungle.net/item/indie-happy-acoustic-music/21534001?_ga=2.43527077.1082503847.1535851827-992249959.1535518929
— Outro beat by Stefan Harth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9VX4-U_TyY
** SOURCES & FURTHER READING:
— The Draft Bill: https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/about/consultations/assistance-and-access-bill-2018
— Good explainer by Access Now: https://www.accessnow.org/what-we-think-you-should-know-about-australias-new-encryption-bill
— Scott Ludlam: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/aug/16/the-government-is-ratcheting-up-its-surveillance-powers-but-we-can-stop-this
— The Conversation: https://theconversation.com/the-devil-is-in-the-detail-of-government-bill-to-enable-access-to-communications-data-96909
— The Register: https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/08/14/oz_encryption_backdoor
— Aus Financial Review: https://www.afr.com/news/cyber-security-laws-to-cover-all-businesses-angus-taylor-confirms-20180814-h13zdo
— Danish by Mathilde
— Turkish by Antigone09
— French by Julie
Inconceivably, using a measuring tape you are forced to conclude what your own, lying eyes have been trying to tell you all this time: that her mouth, measured from corner to corner, is actually wider than her face.
Steven Redpath –
And the UK has allowed intelligent operatives to commit crimes including rape, murder and torture, in the name of the national interest (zero judicial oversight needed).
Michael Kim –
:/ I was looking to flee the US caste system, healthcare deprivation, and trumpist fascism. I thought Australia might have been better so… Thanks for ruining that mirage lol
David Espinosa –
The intro was priceless 🤣👍
Jut Tins –
gustavo henrique wanderley –
It is intriguing how the politicians want to control the common citizens but do not touch organized crime.
Pretty increasingly fitting dystopia 🙁
Nicola Domanin –
Incredible they pass laws to incarcerate people that expose them
C. Z. –
Identify and Disrupt bill just got passed.
Goddamn, Australia is learning very very hard from North Korea and China. The best way to govern is to oppress of course!
Captain Underpants –
This is a fucking nightmare! It's that CIA plant Mr Potato Head.
Simon G –
whats the update on this?
ema goutard –
oui j'ai remarquée et je les vidé MDR les voleurs
Colin Pannett –
Our rights are just being eroded away just like the land and water one after another thnx to this totalitarian government party!!! Fuck the LNP!!!
ema goutard –
Alors les application que disait je déjà ?
Seeking Absolution –
On the one hand, tech companies suck and should 100% not be trusted. On the other hand, governments bought out by corporate interests also suck and should 100% not be trusted.
Mark Smith –
Love these ads. I would like you to do something regarding the Djokovic tennis debacle. I'm sure juicemedia would do something funny. Keep up the great work!
Coldpuck Paws –
in the past, privacy was prettt redundent,
But present and future, privacy is essental to your safety and security and personal freedom.
Privacy should be a modern human right and nessesity !
To hell with anything that violates that.
Wish i could throw all my computers and smartphones is the garbage and be done with it, but all doctors, banks, etc, want to store all your information on something running intel with its backdoors, on windows 10 the nightmare, in google documents or gmail the hellhole, and theres nothing you can do about it. While the friends you sit down for a convo with have their smartphones in their pockets, fookin alexa running the whole time.
My point is,
The only way to properly try to have basic privacy is to go to rediculous lengths. Stressful, time consuming, lengths.
To avoid every fucking fridge and toaster with ai and texting and internet connectivity built in, to buy a cellphone that makes calls, and ONLY that, god-forbid you try to buy a computer that isnt laden with privacy nightmares; either accept it, give up, or become a tech expert and finatic and struggle to fight modern companies and laws against tech tinkering,, OR, make your own computer from the geound up. (yes, that is Just impossible.)
What are those for choices? Theyre not.
We dont HAVE a choice for privacy.
We must live in a 'concrete jungle' with 'no goddamn roof'.
Quickly and humorously exemplafied by ron from parks and recreation (tv series) in the episode where he does ^^ only to find his workmates uploading videos of him as vines.
Like jellyfish in the tides, nothing we can do in our individual lives to escape the sweeping current.
Like a farmers cattle, did we ever have control?
No wonder theres so many crazy-ass conspiracy theorists, desperately grasping at something they think they might have control over.
Oh god why do i think,
I should just play minecraft and illigally fix potholes and thank fck i wasnt born any later… Or earlier?
"We're not after your dickpicks, just the last shreds of your civil liberties."
Ordinary Guy –
Democracy was always a sham. USA who controls its vassal like UK, EU and Australia helps them turn into facist corporate party regimes where human rights are only guaranteed to wealthy rich.
Spoilers… it passed!
I've been in Australia in 2005, it didn't look that bad as it is now, I guess to many bad governments happened in the meantime.
Kevin Cronk –
I'm pretty sure the US has a practically identical law as far as what it actually does, except that being the US, the largest tech market besides sometimes China and/or India, and where lots of those companies call home, they basically can't say no to ours, unlike Australia which if the corporations suddenly cared about you, they could probably refuse to do what they ask and have a chance at avoiding bankruptcy
Marius Hornn –
I can't believe they are doing this, this is so unnecessary
PETE WINTER Multi Instrumentist –
I got nothing to hide, the opposite. Please check EVERYTHING and see how there is no Human Rights. Where a minimum wage cant even rent a ROOM in 2021, where most of your years you do NOT have access to a minimum wage. Please spy on me and my friends born after 1981 who didnt get a family or a free home from them, or any mental or physical or financial support, into temporary jobs for 600 eur a month, when a shit house in the woods all fucked up costs you 1000 eur!
Please watch me and watch how I live my life jerking off to a sock, at my 40s cause woman just want not love or be loved, but a guy that had his family dead and got their money and house!
So please please please you can watch everything, and also, quick please or else, I am a peacefull person, but might have to kill some one to have a place of my own ( Jail ) before I am 50 where I wont see all this bitch fuckery showing their tits and pussy in the street to go up in life, making you horny but you cant even look!
Portugal. The true bitchfuckery.
P.s. Thank you for a subsidy of 189 eur a month! I will now hire a hooker for 20 and pretened that I am loved for half an hour, and starve the rest of the month! YEY!
Luscinia Svecica –
Mmmmmm, she's Hot.
soviet boi –
Just don't update
Raymond Tonkin –
Sorry 😞 spying by the apps and governments is as old as the telephone ☎️ 😅 love! What they are saying is everyone is doing it let's make it easier and cheaper…Don't worry they spend billions to collect useless information about cornflakes!