Australian state will install home surveillance hardware to make sure if you’re in virus isolation, you stay there

woman on camera as she enters her home



Could be a wearable, could be wired. Backed by big fines and jail

By Simon Sharwood, APAC Editor

The State of Western Australia has given itself the power to install surveillance devices in homes, or compel people to wear them, to ensure that those required to isolate during the coronavirus crisis don’t interact with the community.

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Pay Per View Torture: Why Are Australian Telcos and ISPs Enabling a Child Sexual Abuse Pandemic?

“There are examples where people have been wanting to see the violent rape of children five, six, seven years old; and other, very violent acts carried out against very young children.” – Chief Judge John Pascoe

A man sits at his computer and procures a child – usually a child living in poverty, and in a very poor part of the world – to be sexually exploited, live, for his pleasure.

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