[LINK] privacy invasion

stephen at melbpc.org.au stephen at melbpc.org.au
Sun Sep 27 02:56:07 AEST 2009

Sorry to harp on this folks, but ..

> The photo of the Chairman of the Company is a sneaky-hidden-recorder. 

Bernie you have no right to know *any* personal behaviour. Frankly it's
none of your business, unless we tell you. Why should you know when and
where (IP & Email) anybody looks at your advertisement, *in real time* 


"Real-time campaign analysis can be mixed with demographic and behavioral 
information to generate important customer insights. "Involve" enables
(us) to analyze campaigns, customer segments and messages with even the 
most granular of combinations. Features include; Real-time reporting.."

Also, Bernie, you are ignoring your hidden-spy-company's Privacy Policy?

"For example, you (Bernie) should take reasonable steps to ensure the 
individual concerned is aware of the various matters detailed in this 
Privacy Policy, and the Disclaimer, as those matters relate to that 
individual, including our identity, how to contact us, our purposes of 
collection, our information disclosure practices, the individual's right 
to obtain access to the information .." www.dload.com.au/Privacy_Policy

Altogether just wonderful, Bernie.

> initiating conversation, & some unknown third party recording it with 
> dozens of hidden mikes, while not telling you and actively concealing
> what they're doing. And, this hiding behind a photo of their Chairman.
> Wonder if Bernie knows and approves of 'BF2.jpg' being used like this?
> It's slimey, underhand .. and, certainly imho bad corporate behaviour.
> I don't care if this is almost normal practice. It should be illegal.   
> Cheers,
> Stephen
> >> Received an email today from Bernie Fraser and Co (Australian Super).
> >> 
> >> <alt=3D"Mr Bernie Fraser - Independent Director and AustralianSuper 
> >> =Investment Chair"src=3D"http://img.dload.com.au/involve/74/BF2.jpg">
> > 
> >> I don't care if 'tracking' email graphics are normal. Piss off Bernie
> >> Should be illegal.
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