Dear Department of Home Affairs,

The freedom of information request is to locate the file (case #) that connects Consequia and the Welton investigation to the government. This request can be located through the Federal Attorney Generals department.

But I'd like the department of Home Affairs to open a formal agreement with me, to open up discussion for the development of Consequia.

My name is Russell White and my concept Consequia should have started in 2013. Unfortunately for me, my former wife wouldn't commit to this idea, instead she bought a franchise called LMA with our money. The rest is a story of mental health discrimination. As I now have excessive sanctions, caused by an absolute abuse of power. The system is in desperate need of real reform. Moving forward to 2023, 10 years after the fact that Consequia should have been developed, we are now looking at this type of technology, which was once called an idea before its time by a facility management expert (2016). In essence, we require our own super app for Australia 🇦🇺 and New Zealand 🇳🇿 and Consequia is the IP we need to develop. So with the new Cyber Security responsibilities that now fall under the huge umbrella of the Home Affairs. I would like to open up formal communications to discuss the development of Consequia. I see this idea as the platform for all social engineering issues, a social enterprise security platform that basically acts like the authorised profile for all systems. That one login that connects to everything. That is what I am proposing with Consequia.

Please see the below update for Consequia development.

Corporate Portal :

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What is Consequia?

Consequia is that unique big idea 💡, how do we connect the disconnected enterprises? I see this idea as the solution, a social enterprise security or SES. A new way of using social technologies to create an ecosystem of shared technologies and compliance requirements. That one system we build so we can connect everything to it. So we access and control our own data. On a secure profile network, a system designed to protect society from social engineering security. A self reporting system, where users can send breaches. There is an Australian government department called the Signals Directorate or ASD, this system could be a way to connect this department with society (as an example).
A social network that connects to any enterprise, that is designed to integrate everything together into one platform.
This is MVP and the program is extensive. Development will take the best part of a year to reach beta testing. So now is the right time to review the information provided and while doing so, answer the following question? What is mass communication and emergency management as a system? This is why I created Consequia, but the idea evolved into so much more… This solution is the key to a digital society here in Australia. The first solution of its kind. A system that connects everything and it will constantly evolve. This is only just the start, just imagine what we could do with such a system, a system that we use to govern and control usage, for any process generated by the system. I suggest we do it the right way and just be open and honest about why this country needs such a solution. This will not be the credit system used by the Chinese Communist Party, it will be an open and honest platform that has a clear set of laws, based on the country of origin Australia 🇦🇺.
So in short, the one system that is social (users), that connects to enterprise (Orgs) functionality after a secure process is completed, to connect to an ecosystem of shared technologies and compliance requirements. The one system we use to improve connectivity to any service. The one government approved platform for social engineering issues, which will continue to evolve in functionality. A network we will continue to build using API, a great solution to integrate with "The Capability", to utilise the CCTV and user database. Let us just start with this and connect whatever we need, then continue to evolve the product with customer feedback via social polling. The scope of Consequia is endless. A system of systems. Let us now create the future of social secure profile management.

Yours faithfully,

Mr Welton

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