[LINK] Fwd: AIC: Identity Crime and Phishing
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Fri Jun 3 10:59:22 EST 2005
Actually, the Government has send a dangerous precedent.
When i sign my tax returns now I modify the declaration to read:
I declare the information provided in this document may be accurate and are
provided to the best of my knowledge, understanding and interests in the
information, however I can not accept responsibility for any errors that
may be found by a third party.
The only thing I sign as true and correct is an Affidavit I write by my own
At 09:07 2/06/2005 +1000, Howard Lowndes wrote:
>I saw this document the other day and it is interesting to note that,
>although it is published under an Australian Government banner by an
>Australian government agency, it still carries the disclaimer "This
>research paper does not necessarily reflect the policy position of the
>So, under what authority is it actually being published; it seems strange
>to my simple mind.
>Jan Whitaker wrote:
>>found on the Privacy discussion list, but may be of interest to linkers
>>>Today the Australian Institute of Criminology released a high tech crime
>>>brief regarding phishing and identity crime. The brief is available
>>>or PDF format:
>>Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
>>jwhit at melbpc.org.au -- http://member.melbpc.org.au/~jwhit/whitentr.htm
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