Monday, June 24, 2024

The making of a criminal … from a whistleblower - The Specter of ‘Indoctrination’

 The making of a criminal … from a whistleblower

Let’s Get Boyle: ATO Whistleblower’s Appeal Fails, Just Like Justice Under Dreyfus

After a relaxing break, I’m pleased to be back and [am] looking forward to the opportunities ahead as we start the transition to our new Service Delivery Group structure. In late May, the Service Delivery Executive advised all Service Delivery employees of our decision to move forward with implementing a new structure for our Group,” Tax’s acting second commissioner of Service Delivery David Allen told ATO staff last week.

ATO Service Delivery Group restructure to hit 5,000 staff

Ruth Owen CBE GAICD - Appointment – Inspector-General of Taxation

Your ‘Independent’ Advisor Now Works for Private Equity. What It Could Mean for Your Portfolio. Barron’s

Top executives from Australia’s three largest commercial media companies have warned of job cuts across newsrooms if Facebook and Instagram’s parent Meta fails to renew the deals struck with publishers under the media bargaining code.

Jobs on the line as media chiefs unite in stinging rebuke of Meta

The Specter of ‘Indoctrination’ The Chronicle 

ABC chair Kim Williams calls for greater investment into national broadcaster during first major speech since appointment

  Muslim millionaire gives major donation to Reform UK

Paul Keating labels Dutton a ‘charlatan’ as nuclear debate gets down and dirty

Tax experts' warnings for working from home deductions: 'Almost always worse off'

This woman is a legend. Every day hammering US politicians for being on payroll of Israel war lobby. This bloke $836k

An Indian-born billionaire and three family members were sentenced to prison yesterday for exploiting domestic workers at their lakeside villa in Switzerland by seizing their passports, barring them from going out and making them work up to 18 hours a day.

A Swiss court dismissed more serious charges of human trafficking against 79-year-old tycoon Prakash Hinduja, his wife, Kamal, son Ajay and daughter-in-law Namrata on the grounds that the workers understood what they were getting into, at least in part.

Billionaire family jailed for exploiting workers at their luxury Swiss villa

Barcelona plans to shut all holiday apartments by 2028 as mayor seeks to tackle housing crisis

Sober as a judge? Federal Court’s booze spend in spotlight

Key evidence missing in Assange snooping case – media RT 

LLMs create more convincing misinformation than people do The Register 


AI is exhausting the power grid. Tech firms are seeking a miracle solution. Washington Post 


Let Tim Cook Edward Zitron