An example of lie by omission.
Deaths registered per month in Victoria: archived page have 10 years of history (snapshot from early August 2020):
In August 2020 report page was updated to remove historical data and show merely last 13 months.
Current mortality numbers are unimpressive in comparison to the past and hence don't support government agenda.
Police Raid Man's Home, Forcibly Quarantine for Refusing COVID-19 Test:
In Australia around 160,000 people die every year which makes about 438 deaths per day . The majority of deaths in Australia, occur among older people: 66% of deaths registered in Australia in 2017 were among people aged 75 or over.
This year, less than a day of normal mortality is attributed to COVID-19 while deaths were happening among elderly at the rate about one death per day for about 7 months, in demographic where most deaths are expected.
Shocking: type any 3 digit number followed by "new cases" on Google.
Giorgio Agamben's essay on Biosecurity is a scariest thing I have read in years because it makes so much sense:
Just found Google COVID-19(84) tracking malware covertly installed to my phone. 😞
Settings --> Google --> COVID-19 exposure notifications
If you are affected, complain here: https://support.google.com/android/thread/49541541?hl=en
Seeking recommendations for a decent model of a rugged non-smart or LineageOS-compatible phone... Thanks.
It's a bad idea to treat data as property. Why? As @sarahjeong writes, "the most fundamental human rights are inalienable, often because the rights become meaningless once they are alienable. What’s the point of life and liberty if you can sell them?" https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/05/opinion/health-data-property-privacy.html