Now your tinfoil hat can be stylish!
If you trust this kickstarter... but should you really trust someone like this?
This unconventional angle may make the film politically highly sensitive in these security-conscious times, but with a new installment coming shortly (about the consequences of living in the aftermath of the destabilization of the government by terror and insurrection), I think it may be worth the risk of being placed on watchlists to watch this film and seriously consider its lessons for our day. After all, nobody is a villain in their own eyes.
He was also a lawyer with a human rights support group, is an academic with the Global Terrorism Research Centre at Monash University, and is Muslim.
Sorry, I don't have a transcript.
- Software Engineer, 2013 - present
- University of New South WalesAdjunct Senior Lecturer, 2013 - present
- University of New South WalesConjoint Senior Lecturer, 2003 - 2012
- NICTASenior Researcher, 2003 - 2012
- Carnegie Mellon UniversityPhD (Comp. Sci.), 1995 - 2002Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning / Robotics
- University of New South WalesGraduate Diploma of Applied Intellectual Property, 2010 - 2013
- University of SydneyBSc. (Comp. Sci.), 1991 - 1994
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