That pays for a lot of porn!
I wonder what the Pope's browser cache looks like... *Cough*
The Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC), a government agency tasked with detecting and preventing financial crimes, has admitted that software errors led it to allege that the Vatican had inexplicably shipped AU$2.3bn to Australia. In a response [PDF] to a question put by a Senate Committee, AUSTRAC …
I'm probably going to offend someone here, but will say it anyway...
In a time of accusations of 'deep state' and 'people being controlled by others', there is only one true Deep State here - the Church as a whole.
At a time that the church (and the RC is the biggest), is asking even more for money, I would wager the Vatican makes the finances of the Mafia look like pocket money.
The church has become the biggest fraud ever known, ruling through fear and turning so many of it's followers into people afraid of real life.
IT angle? The Popes tablet, (and I don't mean the ten commandments) and his bookmarked Naked Nuns site...
The Catholic Church is an utterly abhorrent organisation. It leeches off the poor and/or gullible to add to its already enormous wealth, it now has a long history of abuse cases at its door, most of which it seems to have tried to cover up (goodness knows how many it has successfully converted up!), and it has wrecked countless lives over the centuries, and continues to do so on a daily basis.
No other organisation would have managed to get away with what they get up to - they make faecesbook look like an amateur - but sticking “god” in the strap line buys you a lot of blind eyes
“AUSTRAC has subsequently undertaken a detailed review of the data and put immediate additional quality assurance processes in place,” the response adds. The agency is also “… considering what further processes and governance changes should be implemented into the future.”
So, this was manual work, and it's still manual work, we just added another instruction to say AND DON'T MAKE ANY MISTAKES.
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