Vic govt blamed for regional job losses
The Ministry of Social Development has been widely blamed for the recent regional job losses, after it announced it was to review its website and social networking platforms in order to improve compliance with anti-discrimination laws. The government is yet to publicly release details of the plan.
“Our website was not prepared according to the requirements of 바카라사이트the code. A few of the services provided through the website could have been more tailored,” Pravin Gupta, the minister’s spokesperson, told Fairfax Media at a press conference on Tuesday. “We are very clear that, to increase compliance with the anti-discrimination law, the ministry has to review all of its websites, in a phased manner, to make sure we are being compliant,” he said. Mr Gupta did not elaborate on how this would happen. He said “social media” would be replaced by “social media”, presumably meaning Facebook or Google. But Mr Gupta did not specify whether that meant Facebook or Google itself would remain, or if the two would work in tandem to improve compliance.
Fairfax Media understands that the government is currently reviewing several online-based businesses for anti-discrimination reasons. One of them, called Social News Australia, has been hit hard by a “fake news” scandal. One of its users, Sam Dickson, has been forced to remove all of his Facebook pages after discovering their privacy settings could have been breached by a phishing email. A number of employees, including those involved in reporting problems, have left the ministry, according to one report. Facebook also has promised to review its role as a filter and will be required to “examine the ways and forms in which it implements, operates and controls the platform” as required by Australian laws, the company said in a blog post.
In a report published on Monday night, Fairfax Media highlighted a number of major websites and social networks which are being investigated for바카라 anti-discrimination reasons in the 우리카지노context of allegations by former ABC presenter Bob Jones. Mr Gupta has not been charged, but Mr Jones and his company are continuing to work with police. One of the websites whose services have also been under scrutiny is the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). DWP says it is “examining” about a potential investigation, but has yet to confirm its inquiry. Fairfax Media has seen documents detailing the DWP’s work in the area of anti-discrimination. On Monday night, a spokesperson for the department also said it would not be looking into the DWP investigation of JobCentre Plus.