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Lizzie O'Shea
Lawyer to the people, writer, board member of , author of Future Histories (2019) host of
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Lizzie O'Shea 8h
We need a charter of human rights in Australia! It's a concrete and meaningful demand that would improve our society.
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Lizzie O'Shea Sep 19
Replying to @robcorr
it's the 99 per cent of lawyers that make the rest of us look bad
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Lizzie O'Shea Sep 19
fair - wilful blindness in the service of someone other than their constituents
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Lizzie O'Shea Sep 19
Their indifference to their own ignorance is breathtaking
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Alex Kelly 🌈 Sep 19
exploring the beauty of NT waterways I’m devastated again that ALP has lifted the moratorium on . this is madness, water is life.
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Lizzie O'Shea Sep 19
If you'd like to hear from a bunch of experts and civil society reps on the encryption bill (incl me!) there is a forum underway now
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Comms Alliance Sep 18
Speakers at the Comms Alliance Forum tomorrow include: , , Patrick Fair, , Chris Wiley, and John Stanton. Discussions will be held around potential impacts of the draft released 4 weeks ago.
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Lizzie O'Shea Sep 18
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Lizzie O'Shea Sep 18
Your democracy at work folks! Who need advice from industry, experts and civil society when you're the best and brightest from the Coalition's meritocracy?
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Tom Sulston Sep 17
I bet there’s not a single member in the Coalition who could adequately describe this bill, let alone its repercussions.
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Lizzie O'Shea Sep 17
This is ridiculous. Have any of them read any of the submissions? Such a serious and complex bill deserves a full parliamentary inquiry, not lazy ignorance and indifference from Coalition politicians
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Lizzie O'Shea Sep 17
pathetic
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Lizzie O'Shea Sep 16
And no one can beat the system when it comes to electronic gambling machines, which is half of all gambling losses in Australia ($12bn).
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Asher Wolf Sep 16
Tech and Design Workers— social meetup for those interested in collective action. Wednesday 26th at 6pm
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Lizzie O'Shea Sep 16
so interesting. Australia are the biggest losers globally when it comes to gambling and while sports betting is not the most significant aspect of that, it is growing at an astonishing rate.
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Digital Rights Watch Sep 11
Our own spoke to about the legislation and the impact on all our lives
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Lizzie O'Shea Sep 11
I prefer your paraphrasing! (Using the burp line next time)
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Lizzie O'Shea Sep 11
How did I know you’d be listening? ❤️
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Operation Sovereign Strawberries Sep 11
Under , tech companies will be forced to build software, updates and apps to allow surveillance, on penalty of multi millions of dollars fine, without a judicial warrant. It's the great on
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Operation Sovereign Strawberries Sep 11
our law enforcement and intelligence agencies already have broad powers, and these new powers in provide for no scrutiny and no judicial oversight, says on
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