Another Google update

I haven’t recorded this since 2015, so it’s time for another update.

The top 10 for today when searching for “Phil Gluyas” (with the quotation marks)
1. The Autism Wikia article on me (up from 5 to 1)
2. This website’s entry page (up from 8 to 2)
3. The Lie Library’s open letter to me (new)
4. The ABC story on my court win over Canby (down from 1 to 4)
5. The Age story on my court case against Canby (up from 6 to 5)
6. The Age story on my court win over Canby (up from 7 to 6)
7. A search result for my name on Facebook (up from 12 to 7)
8. The Crazz Files’ entry on the AV Name Check (new)
9. My Autism Word Press blog (down from 2 to 9)
10. My LinkedIn profile (down from 9 to 10)

Over the page;
11. The NAW promo I did having a go at Iron Horse Morrison & Paul Vaughan (video) (new)
12. The list of images associated with my name (down from 4 to 12)
13. The NAW promo I did having a go at then NAW champion Jarek Craven (video) (up from 14 to 13)
14. My letter to the editor of the Bendigo Advertiser about Vaxxed in Castlemaine (new)
15. My closed petition on Change.org about the now ignored Limbo Club (new)
16. Lurker’s blog entry claiming I resent all Autistics (up from 20 to 16)
17. Mitchell’s entry about the ASD awards (down from 16 to 17)

18. The article on Best on Rational Wiki where my name is mentioned (no change)
19. The list of submissions to the Autism Enquiry including mine (new)
20. The page on Archive.org for Episode 20 of the Phil’s World Podcast (new)

There has been a bit of a deterioration over the last two years. In 2015 there were no hostile links on the first page and now there are two (the Lie Library and the Crazz Files). It’s also annoying that the Limbo Club is back although I can blame that on the anti vaxxers for finding that petition and spreading the nonsense in the comments that I can’t delete. I’ll have to deal with that at some point.

Seven new entries means seven disappearances – two of them were from Twitter which is quite right. There was an older episode of the Phil’s World podcast on the last update (Episode 4) which has now been replaced by episode 20. Over on the next page there is a curiosity – the Lurker/Cresp entry is duplicated. The Twitter account listed there is – or was as I had it deleted – an impersonation account. The Left Brain Right Brain article on my win over Best is at number 31 on the fourth page, but that’s it. The Best petition on Change.org is gone as has my profile at The Conversation and Mitchell’s 2010 entry about me running for State Parliament back then.

When I changed the search to my full name within the quotation marks this was the result;

1. The ABC story on my court win over Canby (number 4 on the other search and no change on this search)
2. The Crazz Files entry (number 8 on the other search and new on this one as well)
3. The Autism Wikia article on me (number 1 on the other search and new on this one)
4. The Age story on my court case against Canby (number 5 on the other search and down from 2 on this one)
5. The Age story on my court win over Canby (number 6 on the other search and down from 3 on this one)
6. The Lie Library entry (number 2 on the other search and new on this one)
7. The search for my name “Phil” on Facebook (number 7 on the other search and new on this one)
8. My political account on Facebook (not on the other search and new on this one)
9. The Autism Daily Newscast’s article on my win over Canby (not on the other search and new on this one)
10. An article on Ballarat trains back in 2014 with me in the comments (not on the other search and new on this one)

Over the page again;
11. A list of images of me (number 12 on the other search and down from 4 on this one)
12. Marsdens Law Group’s blog entry on my win over Canby (not in the other search and up from 20 on this one)
13. Defamation Watch’s Grapevine Effect tag, which includes the next entry (not in the other search and new on this one)
14. Defamation Watch’s article on my win over Best (not in the other search and down from 6 on this one)
15. The NAW promo I did having a go at then NAW champion Jarek Craven (video) (number 13 on the other search and new on this one)
16. A PinInterest link to an article about my win over Canby (not in the other search and new on this one)
17. News.com.au’s story about my loss to Google in VCAT (not in the other search and new on this one)
18. The mobile version of my political Twitter account (not in the other search and new on this one)
19. The Ararat Addy’s story on my meeting in Ararat during the 2014 campaign (not in the other search and down from 12 on this one)
20. Salvation Army Captain Philip Gluyas’ Google Plus account (not in the other search and new on this one)

There are a lot of differences on this one – 14 to be exact. Again though the hostile entries (which were totally absent in the top 20 in 2015) have increased. The two in the top ten. I’m not happy with the loss in VCAT showing up either. But my namesake in Sydney only has one entry compared to four last time including three in the top ten. Lurker is still there on the third page up to 31 from 33. I stopped looking at page five.

I still intend to work on these results and do my best to get rid of the hostile ones. But as it was two years ago it’s not a priority.

Google Update

I haven’t recorded this since 2013, so it’s time for an update. And things have improved a great deal.

The top 10 for today when searching for “Phil Gluyas” (with the quotation marks)
1. The ABC story on my court win over Canby (new)
2. My Autism Word Press blog (down from 1 to 2)
3. My wrestling Twitter account (up from 15 to 3)
4. A list of images of me (up from 8 to 4)
5. The article on me on the Autism Wikia (new)
6. The Age story on my court case against Canby (new)
7. The Age story on my court win over Canby (new)
8. This website’s entry page (new)
9. My LinkedIn profile (new)
10. Left Brain Right Brain’s article on my court win over Best (up from 14 to 10)

Over the page;
11. A copy entry of my wrestling Twitter account (new)
12. A search result for my name on Facebook (new)
13. My long closed petition on Change.org over Best’s long deleted pages on Facebook (new)
14. The NAW promo I did having a go at then NAW champion Jarek Craven (video) (down from 11 to 14)
15. My profile at The Conversation (new)
16. Mitchell’s entry about my ASD awards (new)
17. Mitchell’s entry about me running for State Parliament in 2010 (no change)
18. The article on Best on Rational Wiki where my name is mentioned (new)
19. The page on Archive.org for Episode 4 of the Phil’s World Podcast (new)
20. The entry on Lurker’s blog that somehow needs to be taken down (down from 19 to 20)

The good news is that there are no hostile links on the first page. Everything’s fine there. The first hostile entry doesn’t show up until Mitchell’s pair. The only other hostile one in the top 20 is the Lurker/Cresp entry.

I looked for any of the others, and to my annoyance two entries from the PG5 blog (probably picked up when Best brought it back thinking it was safe) are in the next ten at 29 and 30. But we have to go to page 6 to find the Pace Legal article at 62. And that’s it for the 12 pages of results. Midnight in Chicago’s blog is gone because it has been protected, although there is a tag that has been used on their core website advertising the Newsweek story about Mitchell. No Limbo Club nonsense anymore either.

When I changed the search to my full name within the quotation marks (I’ve never spoken of this before on here) this was the result;

1. The ABC story on my court win over Canby (number 1 on both searches)
2. The Age story on my court case against Canby (number 6 on the other search)
3. The Age story on my court win over Canby (number 7 on the other search)
4. A list of images of me (number 4 on both searches)
5. A Facebook story advertising my 2010 Parliamentary plan (not in the other search)
6. Defamation Watch’s article on my win over Best (not in the other search)
7. My Political Twitter account (not in the other search)
8. The playlist from Sydney based Salvos captain Philip Gluyas’ You Tube account (not in the other search)
9. Captain Gluyas’ You Tube account home page (not in the other search)
10. Likely Captain Gluyas again this time on Vimeo (not in the other search)

Over the page again;
11. A copy entry of my political Twitter account (not in the other search)
12. The Ararat Addy’s story on my meeting in Ararat during the 2014 campaign (not in the other search)
13. Captain Gluyas again – advertising an app he runs (not in the other search)
14. Big Footy’s forum entry on my 2014 campaign (not in the other search)
15. The file on the Autism Wikia with my NAW official pic that was used on the Autism Daily Newscast article on my win over Canby (not in the other search)
16. News United’s link to a Sydney Morning Herald article about my win over Canby (not in the other search)
17. A tag from FemTo Medicine which has nothing now – it appears that they had an article on my case against Canby (not in the other search)
18. Aspie Central’s article on my win over Canby (not in the other search)
19. A PDF file from Ashurst Australia, a newsletter mentioning my win over Canby (not in the other search)
20. Marsdens Law Group’s blog entry on my win over Canby (not in the other search)

The first hostile entry is on the next page – Lurker’s entry at 33. You then have to get to the eighth page to find Best’s Hating Autism entry at 89, which of course you can’t read in Australia as Google has blocked it. And that’s it from 140 results.

It’s not a priority at present, but I do intend to work on these results and do my best to get rid of the hostile ones. It won’t be easy.

Google is wrong again

Another check of my name in the Google search has revealed that I have some hard work to do. And it needs to be done as soon as possible.

Here’s the updated top 10 from yesterday (May 13);
1. My Word Press blog (no change)
2. The about page on my Word Press blog (no change)
3. An independent revue of my win over Best by Pace Legal Online Business (up from 20 to 3)
4. A Facebook entry on Autism Spectrum Quarterly Magazine from Thomas Taylor in 2010 that [hidden] found (new)
5. The reply blog to Suzi Olsen’s blog about the Limbo Club where my name is mentioned (up from 13 to 5)
6. Best’s PG5 blog on me! (down from 4 to 6)
7. That wretched entry on Midnight in Chicago! (up from 11 to 7)
8. Images of me (new)
9. The thread on the Limbo Club calling on me by name to go F myself (new)
10. My profile page at Change.org (down from 3 to 10)

Over the page;
11. The NAW promo I did having a go at then NAW champion Jarek Craven (video) (down from 6 to 11)
12. The NAW shoot promo I did on Mulgrave for War Games (video) (down from 7 to 12)
13. Elinor Broadbent’s celebratory entry on my win in the Supreme Court over Best on the Autism Empire website (down from 9 to 13)
14. Left Brain Right Brain’s entry on my win over Best (new)
15. My new Twitter account (new)
16. Twitter entry by Midnight in Chicago about my aborted run for Parliament in 2010 (new)
17. Mitchell’s entry about me running for State Parliament in 2010 (down from 5 to 17)
18. The page on my Word Press blog about the Best action (down from 17 to 18)
19. The entry on Lurker’s blog that somehow needs to be taken down (down from 18 to 19)
20. The tag for my name on the MIC Word Press blog (down from 14 to 20)

In the good news, the Pace Legal article has leapt into the top 3 and the Big Footy entry from Swamp Creature and Doherty’s Twitter status have dropped out of the top 20. My Twitter account has found it’s way in as has LBRB’s entry about the win over Best.

But the bad news is the real problem requiring more work to be done.

The new entry at number 4 needs to be removed PDQ. I never saw that back in 2010 and the only reason it re-appeared was because of [hidden]. I need to check Taylor’s account and Bruce’s as well if she has one for [hidden]‘s yammering.

I’m furious that Best’s blog is still showing up on the Australian search. It shouldn’t be because it has been removed from the Australian servers, so Google is getting a blast for that.

I also have to do something about that MIC entry as it has re-entered the top 10, thanks again to [hidden] (and the Limbo Club as well). The appearance of the thread in my name from TLC also has to be removed somehow.

I’ve done this entry without looking beyond the top 20 where some of the other entries that left the top 20 may be, but I am annoyed. I’m going to seek some legal advice on fixing this up as soon as I can.

Googling my name again

It’s been awhile since I did a full update on this, so here we go;

1. My Word Press blog.
2. The about page on my Word Press blog.
3. My profile page at Change.org.
4. Best’s PG5 blog on me, which should disappear now that it can’t be accessed in Australia.
5. Mitchell’s entry about me running for State Parliament back in 2010.
6. The NAW promo I did having a go at then NAW champion Jarek Craven (video).
7. The NAW shoot promo I did on Mulgrave for War Games (video).
8. The NAW promo I did having a go at Iron Horse Morrison and Paul Vaughan (video).
9. Elinor Broadbent’s celebratory entry on my win in the Supreme Court over Best on the Autism Empire website.
10. Matt Hogan’s entry on his blog about Best “condemning Autistic children to life in prison”.

Over the page;
11. That wretched entry on Midnight in Chicago!
12. Matt Hogan’s blog.
13. The reply blog to [hidden]‘s blog about the Limbo Club where my name is mentioned.
14. The tag for my name on Word Press (started by MIC and I should start to combat it on my Word Press blog).
15. My wrestling account on Facebook.
16. A stupid Big Footy entry from last year by Swamp Creature, who also posts on the Limbo Club.
17. The page on my Word Press blog about the Best action.
18. The entry on Lurker’s blog that somehow needs to be taken down.
19. Harold Doherty’s Twitter status soon after news broke of my loss to Google in VCAT.
20. An independent revue of my win over Best by Pace Legal Online Business.

If you compare this to the first list from late March 2010 a lot has changed, and for the better. Lurker’s nonsense was at #4 at the time (now #18) and that’s the only one that’s still there in the top 20. The next one from the old list is one of the Kim Gilbert/Oakley stunts at #22, followed by Mitchell’s complaint about his HAA award at #27 (it was #1 back in 2010). But then one has to go all the way to page 10 before finding the next entry from the old top 20.

I’m hoping that once I release the IP ban from the world outside of the Asia Pacific soon, the keywords will have an effect and my website in some form or another will shoot into the top 20 and dominate it.

The failure of natural justice

This is my final post on the Google version of this blog. In the next 48 hours or so – this blog and the other blogs and all my interests in Google (this includes You Tube) will be shut down.

This was a result of two factors. The first was Google successfully pushing me out of court as previously noted. Not because I was wrong, but because they used as many lawyers as they could to bury me in technicalities and as a result sidestep the issue. Without legal representation myself I couldn’t fight it.

The second was their skirting of the privacy issue relating to my unlisted telephone number. They refused to delete it despite their Terms of Service AND Australian Privacy Law stating otherwise – and I couldn’t get the Privacy Commission here off their rear ends and helping me out.

Note that there is NO OTHER REASON why I have done this – before anyone claims to have run me off due to any so called pressure they have applied. I would prefer to stay and fight – but not on this inherently dangerous platform.

I make this statement about Google Inc;

Google Inc does not uphold it’s own Terms of Service, in particular it’s content policy. You are in fact permitted to engage in hate speech against protected groups – and they will not act. It can therefore be reasonably assumed that;

  • You can show the world how to create a bomb on their blogs – and they will not act.
  • You can smash your local law to smithereens – and they will not act.
  • You can harass children – and they will not act.
  • You can set out to shock and scare – and they will not act.
  • You can reveal a person’s private details – and they will not act.
  • You can even threaten to kill another person – and they will not act.

This is what Google Inc represent. A complete and utter lack of responsibility for the way their service and products are used. They don’t care about human rights. They don’t care about criminal law outside of the United States. They are wilful accomplices to disgusting and dangerous conduct in the blogosphere. Blogger, You Tube, Chrome and Gmail are not safe for Internet users and you should never use them under any circumstances. Neither are the other Google products.

I call on the Autistic Community to shift it’s interests away from Google products. Google Inc don’t care about us. As far as they are concerned, we don’t qualify as a protected group under their content policy. In fact, they may as well delete it. They don’t uphold it, so why even have it?

I’m leaving Google. I’m shifting to another blog product that is within Australia. I’m moving from You Tube to Live Video. I have no interest in Chrome or Gmail anyway so that doesn’t change. Google Ads will be banished from the Phil’s World forum in early September.

Google Update

I wasn’t going to talk about this here at least until I knew where I was with my next move – but my weekly check for my real name on Google (this time my proper name of Philip rather than Phil) spat out the following link;

http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news/hate-blog-allowed-google-case-struck-out/story-e6frfku0-1225874551973

It’s true. VCAT threw the case out and I wasn’t happy about it either. The link however does understate the actual case considerably – because the journo relied on the reasons for decision for the story. Had she got in touch with me (the quote she attributed to me came from the decision itself) she would have been told a lot more detail.

This does have a silver lining – because now I have a publicity option. Especially given that Google Inc is on the nose in Australia at present – thanks to their employees allegedly invading people’s privacy while getting street address pics for Google Maps. The matter is in the hands of the AFP upon a report made by the Federal Attorney General.

I’m going to hold my actual reflection on the VCAT hearing for now, given what I have in the chute – and it’s not just the publicity angle. I’ve got two other angles going at the moment and I don’t expect anything from those until at least July.

But Best isn’t safe anyway, because the defamation action is still alive and in fact the next step is about to begin. You’ll be getting another service in the next fortnight, buster, and it’s a big one. Literally!

The battle begins

Well, after ignoring the process up until now – last Friday I got notice that Google were fighting my charge against them, claiming that the Victorian Civil and Administration Tribunal didn’t have jurisdiction over the matter. I expected this, and I found it easy to reject their claims purely on the “Gutnick v Dow Jones” precedent. I walked into the Tribunal on yesterday confident – although naturally the butterflies did mount as 10 am approached.

Just before then, the lawyers representing Google (who I won’t name) gave me another document which I just had time to peruse before the Deputy President arrived.

As Google were moving to oppose jurisdiction, they went first. They followed the lines I expected them to, but they threw in a few notes from cases that needed to be looked at a little closer. I’d already looked at three of them from the note given to me on Friday, but they added nine more as authorities. Two of them were old.

But on the other side of the coin – I noticed that none of them involved electronic communication as the core issue. Electronic communication was not involved at all in any of them except one (a fax). I also noticed (if my logic based instinct was right) that the Deputy President was rather sceptical of the line that the defence was taking. I’d already told the lawyer that a key to my case was Gutnick/Dow Jones and I was pretty sure the Deputy President knew of it.

When it was my turn to speak, I focused on that case – and another one; “Godfrey v Demon Internet” (which I mislabelled as Devil Internet to my later embarrassment). The whole idea was to show that extra territorial application was a non issue here. What had happened, happened over the Internet. Dow Jones had made the same claims as Google did regarding their servers (and that was knocked on the head) and ditto the publication of content – except that they pushed it over to John Best Junior and away from themselves. They also erred on the issue at hand. They thought it was the content that was the issue. I corrected that saying that Google’s lack of action under their TOS was the issue.

They also made the ridiculous assertion that dot com domains were American. I was very quick to kill that argument – pointing out that dot com could be purchased anywhere in the world and from non American registrars. Many Australian registrars sell dot com domains. Conversely (as I know through experience with my own website) not only are dot com dot au exclusive to Australia – you have to have an Australian business number to obtain one (which I do for that exclusive purpose as it turned out).

After that it only remained for the defence to comment of the Godfrey case, and then I got the chance to answer one query that was put – was this direct or indirect discrimination I was claiming. I admitted to the omission and answered that it was indirect.

The Deputy President reserved his decision. Now the wait begins and I hope it isn’t too long.

Googling my name

A late night for me here! One of the aims I have is to clean up this list where my name is exposed. This isn’t going to be easy – in fact it may be very difficult to achieve. But let’s see what we have when my name as “Phil” with my surname is put through the Google search engine.

Number 1 is the post Jonathan Mitchell did when he discovered he’d got an HAA in May 2009. That one I don’t mind that much, because it’s easy to push Mitchell as a crank. He’s not super dangerous to me personally unlike Best, and I can easily debunk his commentary about me (and I already did on Mitchell’s Gadfly).

Number 2 is the quote from Susan Lord AKA Jonsmum as it appears on the Aspie enemy article on her on my website. That’s okay, although I might censor that one. It’s not a high priority though.

Number 3 is the section on Blogged that Best set up before his blog was removed from the site – but it did pick up another post of Mitchell’s by association. It’s one of the ones I haven’t got to yet complaining about Ari Ne’eman progression in the US government.

Number 4 is the first post I’d like to work on having deleted – the one with my name in the title from Billy Cresp/Lurker. I responded to it on the reply blog, but I’d rather this one go because Cresp (unlike Mitchell) doesn’t know when to stop.

Number 5 is this blog!

Number 6 is a comment I put on Mike Stanton’s website in 2008. No problem with that one.

Number 7 is in hand. I have contacted the site concerned and asked them to remove the comment as it is slanderous and a severe misrepresentation of what happened. I fancy this was either Cate Taylor or KGAccount.

Number 8 is the same message on another site. This one I have also acted upon.

Number 9 is another false message trying to spread the AAT decision in 1991 as gospel when it’s not. I have also acted upon this one.

Number 10 is the same message again on another site. This one is also in hand.

Over the page we come to number 11 and another false message – this time again providing my full name including my middle name. This has to be KGAccount and it has been dealt with.

Number 12 is the entry on Canby’s blog with my name on it. I hope that entire blog will go sooner rather than later.

Number 13 (and it should be number 1) is the front page of my website.

Number 14 is an old link to my old website dating back to 1999 (that was version 1 of Phil’s World for goodness sake!)

Number 15 is a link I’ve been trying to report but no reply or action has been taken. It’s Mitchell’s alternate blog at Wellsphere’s Stanford sub site.

Number 16 brings us back to KGAccount again on another site. This one is also in hand.

Number 17 is an old promotion of my original Yahoo Club in 2001 on Aspie Enemy site Big Footy.

Number 18 is my signature on a petition demanding that the supporters, donors and sponsors of Autism Speaks stop supporting them.

Number 19 is Best’s comment on Harold Doherty’s blog. Doherty used to have my name and picture there, but he did remove them on request. However he refused to remove Best’s comment.

Number 20 is the first link that has nothing to do with me. There’s a Salvation Army captain in Sydney with my name who is depicted here. I should contact him one of these days and apologise for this junk that’s being posted!

As you can see, I have the job ahead of me to clean this up.

UPDATE: Number 11 has been removed although the link still remains. I’ve alerted Google to the change. There have been some other changes overnight and I’ll refer to them in the comments.