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ForLove&Freedom Nov 13
In 's which r Property,evn FederalPolice need 's permission to enter,& for some reason Serco has become an untouchable god of sorts,that they cant be prosecuted for the crimes they commit. Now in Public sector?
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Gary Rockliff Nov 11
Welcome to In their own words: Centrelink staff reveal contractor woes
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SecularSarah👠SeethingVirtue Nov 9
Anyone know how much donates or is that ‘Commercial-In-Confidence’ too?
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DameJenntheAmazing Research Fellow of Smartarsery Nov 12
Is going to rid us of ?
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Gary Rockliff Nov 12
Excuse me! Quantum computing is making predictions about you as we speak. The bigger the data Government and agencies get their grubby hands on means their predicting AI software becomes smarter at automating inequality, it's exactly what was hired to do at Centrelink.
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Justice Action Nov 11
Despite multiple crises, Serco still secures a 20-year contract from the government worth $1.5 billion to operate Australia's largest prison:
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Red in a Deep State Nov 12
controls all U.S. patents....what have we allowed them to do to us?
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Yvonne Stevenson Aug 3
Importance of this cannot be understated.
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ForLove&Freedom Nov 7
If u vote for the ,he will make all of a ,Jail everyone who doesn't agrees with him& get his mates private companies to run these jails e.g. Save Victoria 4m the evil hands of vote for
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Tracey Hoolachan Nov 14
Replying to @prudinx @nobby15
Yes indeed indeed. Going to do bit of digging for my public AAT on (see 2nd last para). If I can show that medical privacy is being breached for all participants inside a Tribunal it could be a game changer. 's riddled into everything. Hunt blatently misled Aussies.
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Ads Nov 7
- the company your gov. is in business with
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F Nov 8
This is . Serco "runs" They are privatising more Australian prisons. "More heads in beds" is their M.O. Less funding into corrections leads to increased recivitism. But yeh, unless you're inside or a loved one is, who cares right?
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ForLove&Freedom 4h
That poor bloke called "baba" used to wear a green blanket around his waist, put salt in the milk, & he never did a thing wrong to anyone. But in the onshore detention centres, any sense of compassion towards animals or humans is frowned upon by .
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Jenny Frecklington-Jones Oct 28
1. Not illegal. 2. Still likely drowning after turnback. 3. You are killing them on land as well now. 4. Your offshore camps are costing more than just billions. 5. Hop in the bin.
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Katie Hunter Aug 7
. says visit to Glasgow today is “private”. We’ve put in multiple bids to speak to Home Office about asylum seeker lock-change story but all interview bids rejected. We’ve been asking for the last eight days.
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Marcia Langton Nov 3
Youth in detention centres run by & the psychos uncovered at in Darwin are being harmed. Australians, haven’t you had enough yet? How can you really believe that you are decent people while this is happening?
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CommonSpace Aug 1
Breaking: and advocate have announced legal proceedings against
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Mark Dickenson In search of an ethical solution. Oct 15
Watching seeing prisons run by cutting corners ripping off governments supported by politicians. How does a multinational with this type of track record have bipartisan support in Australia? Contract after contract. on the take.
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Right to Remain Aug 8
Since announced they will evict 300 asylum seekers from their homes, Glasgow has been rocked by unprecedented protest. With condemnations ranging from politicians to anarchist collectives, the city has seen large protests, direct action, hunger strikes, and legal actions:
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ForLove&Freedom Nov 14
There are no "Iranian Authorities" chasing down on ,he has as much rights as local Manus population,he cn do as he pleases. While ppl in the OnshoreDetention live under metal cages,chained up by guards,& couldn't even see their families for Years.
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