Name Change

The missus correctly pointed out that the title “RoboACID” smacks a little too much of bad techno music and rave kiddies.

Not that there’s anything wrong with techno music or rave kiddies. But this piece has nothing to do with all that. And I was never in love with that title – it was a working title for which I simply never found a replacement.

A little contemplation and perusing Johnson’s Dictionary resulted in a new title: Roboplastick.

Original word: cosmoplastick, “respecting the formation of the world”. So Roboplastick is “respecting the formation of the robot”.

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  1. Posted 9 February 2010 at 10:17 am | Permalink


    Greetings Australian Government Officials, Members of Local and International Press, and the General Public. We are Anonymous.

    Austrailia – 2/8/2010 – Over the past several years, we have maintained a close watch on the actions of the Australian Government with particular focus on its stance towards internet censorship.

    Australia’s laws on internet censorship are already among the most restrictive in the western world. Their government filters more internet content than any other Parliamentary Democracy. For some elements within the Government, including Telecommunications Minister Senator Stephen Conroy, this still is not enough. Late in January of 2009 he proposed legislature that would lead to mandatory ISP filtering for all of Australia. The stated goal is to prevent Australia from viewing “illegal and unwanted content” on the internet.

    Anonymous’ concern with this legislature is twofold.

    First, the ambiguity of the term “unwanted content” is completely unacceptable. No government should have the right to refuse its citizens access to information solely because they perceive it to be “unwanted.” Indeed, the only possible interpretation of “unwanted content” is content that the government itself does not want to be seen.

    More importantly, Anonymous does not approve of the steps already undertaken by the Australian Government to control what their populous sees. Claiming to be cracking down on “simulated child pornography,” many depictions of women with small breasts in pornography have been banned. Officials cannot claim that they believe the models in these movies are in fact underage, as the production the titles that have been affected are heavily regulated to ensure the age of the models. Instead they are relying on earlier ambiguous wording that allows pornography featuring models that “appear to be” under 18 years of age to be treated in the same manner as actual child pornography.

    The repercussions of this censorship of a natural body type on the psyche of Australian women cannot be understated, but this is not Anonymous’ concern. The Australian Government will learn that one does not mess with our porn. No one messes with our access to perfectly legal (or illegal) content for any reason.

    We are Legion.
    We do not Forgive.
    We do not Forget

    Expect us.



    IRC link:

    YOUTUBE VIDEO:(swarm it!)


    Government officials: (Specifics Later)

    Fax Information(black Faxing):

    Initial Plan:
    Black Faxes—>SKype calles—->Porn to officials–>DDoS—>Bombs


    LOIC Tutorial:

    links to find DDOS Targets:

    DDOS Targets: has address mail is handled by 100 mail is handled by 100 has address has address

    CAPTCHA solution: (used for automated blackfax, already working) (disregard this)

    Automated Blackfaxing:

    Government Contact:

    Postal Address:
    Department of Parliamentary Services
    PO Box 6000
    Australian Capital Territory
    Australia 2600

    (02) 6277 7111
    (international: 61+ 2 6277 7111)

    (02) 6277 5417
    (international: 61+ 2 6277 5417)
    Executive Staff

    Secretary – Mr Alan Thompson
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    Deputy Secretary – Mr David Kenny
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    Parliamentary Librarian – Ms Roxanne Missingham
    Tel: (02) 6277 7102
    Fax: (02) 6277 2403

    Chief Finance Officer – Mrs Judy Konig
    Tel: (02) 6277 8818
    Fax: (02) 6277 8800

    Assistant Secretary, Content Management Branch – Ms Therese Lynch
    Tel: (02) 6277 2888
    Fax: (02) 6277 8252
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    Assistant Secretary, Product and Services Development Branch – Ms Freda Hanley
    Tel: (02) 6277 8118
    Fax: (02) 6277 5210

    Acting Assistant Secretary, Research Branch – Ms Nola Adcock
    Tel: (02) 6277 2470
    Fax: (02) 6277 2528

    Acting Assistant Secretary, Information Access Branch – Ms Judy Hutchinson
    Tel: (02) 6277 7103
    Fax: (02) 6277 2634

    Assistant Secretary, Infrastructure Services Branch – Mr Terry Crane
    Tel: (02) 6277 5001
    Fax: (02) 6277 8999

    Acting Assistant Secretary, Building Services Branch – Ms Bronwyn Graham
    Tel: (02) 6277 4700
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    Assistant Secretary, Future Outlooks – Ms Jane Romeyn
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