Edward Snowden: Here’s how we take back the Internet

Edward Snowden: Here’s how we take back the Internet

Appearing by telepresence robot, Edward Snowden speaks at TED2014 about surveillance and Internet freedom. The right to data privacy, he suggests, is not a partisan issue, but requires a fundamental rethink of the role of the internet in our lives — and the laws that protect it. “Your rights matter,” he say, “because you never know when you’re going to need them.” Chris Anderson interviews, with special guest Tim Berners-Lee.

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Children’s Hilariously Inappropriate Spelling Errors

1. Hmm, I don’t remember this happening during Toy Story.

Hmm, I don't remember this happening during Toy Story.

2. Pencils, guys. Pencils.

Pencils, guys. Pencils.

3. Hopefully it wasn’t a very long fall.

Hopefully it wasn't a very long fall.

(Deck)

4. Who are we to judge an elephant’s diet?

Who are we to judge an elephant's diet?

5. Is this a demand? You want to be caught?

Is this a demand? You want to be caught?

6. Well, then.

Well, then.

7. I wonder if she knows that kid’s dad.

I wonder if she knows that kid's dad.

8. “My dad wants a hores but my mom says no.”

"My dad wants a hores but my mom says no."

9. She teaches alongside Walter White.

She teaches alongside Walter White.

10. Technically not incorrect.

Technically not incorrect.

11. Not sure you can reverse the birthing process, but good luck!

Not sure you can reverse the birthing process, but good luck!

(Virginia)

12. This Spongebob fan wanted to draw a chum bucket. Instead…

This Spongebob fan wanted to draw a chum bucket. Instead...

13. That’s not an appropriate nickname for your friend.

That's not an appropriate nickname for your friend.

(Beach)

14. Kurt’s feelings got pretty hurt this day.

Kurt's feelings got pretty hurt this day.

15. Leave Eminem alone.

Leave Eminem alone.

16. At least he left a note to say goodbye.

At least he left a note to say goodbye.

(House)

17. Nopenopenope.

Nopenopenope.

No matter what “poop” was supposed to be, this is just wrong as is.

18. And this, which isn’t misspelled, but still…

And this, which isn't misspelled, but still...

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Property Investing in Australia – Multiple Properties Stats

• 72.8% of investors own one property…
• 18.0% own two properties…
• 5.5% own three properties…
• 2.0% own four properties…
• 0.8% own five properties…
• 0.9% own six properties or more…

Think about this… How can anyone create any REAL wealth from just one or two investment properties?
If these stats are correct, it means less than 1% of property investors ever go on to create real wealth for themselves and their families.

This is why it is important to understand why and how a multiple property portfolio can be built safely with the right finance structuring and managed sustainably.

Get in touch to book an appointment or request a call back to find out more.

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