Much like Romley Stover, Rohan Hilder doesn’t recognise his surname, so he is more commonly known online as Rohan Lorian.
Rohan Hilder has been in custody in New South Wales several times over his handling of various offences with the “glossa” theories he researches. He is often held in remand in such situations, for refusing to identify himself. Such is the case in the recent interaction with Cairns Police in April 2020:
“Rohan Lorian Hilder, 48, a sovereign citizen who refused to acknowledge his surname during an appearance in the Cairns Magistrates Court yesterday, is charged with two counts of stalking and one count of observations or recordings in breach of privacy…”
A conversation with Rohan Hilder in 2018-2019:
(1) Hello, first thank you for your work, it is most informative. I wish to ask you about the full capital letters where you say Romley Stewart is wrong. I refer you to the Commonwealth Style manual, Sixth edition, page 121 says a name has initial capital letters. Page 291 says full capitals is a corporate letter form identifier. This is a word mark (Trademark made of text). This is further supported by the Privacy Act 1988 (C’wth) Part II, 6,1, “Identifier” subsection (a). According to Lon L Fuller inn Legal Fictions (1967) only the artist can give meaning to artwork attributed to him/her (i.e. the word mark). I look forward to hearing from you. Regards. Rohan
(2) Sorry to bother you again, you state in page 9 of your open letter to Romley Stewart that a corporation is two or more people. This is normally correct however in Australia one person can be an incorporation. I think I read that fact in the Corporations Act 2001 (C’wth). Ill find it for you. They do this to incorporate us I think. cheers
(1) Thank you for your question. Firstly, to answer the question regarding Romley Stewart Stover’s “Glossa” contention, you can read Glossa? The Romley Stewart Deception by Justinian on this website.
Now turning to the rest of your question, I agree that a name has initial capital letters and full capitals is a corporate letter form identifier. But if you note in any style guide, the address also has several all-capitals uses, including the name of the city or town, which are also the correct form of drafting a corporate letter. This doesn’t make the city or town a “corporation” any more than it does using all-capitals for emphasizing a surname.
Your question contains several assertions, and links these assertions to a further assertion. This is commonly known as an abstract speculation, and it is a great way to end up in a false conclusion.
Your question is already answered by s 6(1) of the Privacy Act 1988, as an individuals name is covered by an exemption from being an “Identifier”.
The following articles explain what an “Identifier” actually is:
9.5 An ‘identifier’ of an individual is defined in s 6(1) [of the Privacy Act 1988] as a number, letter or symbol, or a combination of any or all of those things, that is used to identify the individual or to verify the identity of the individual.
9.6 The following are explicitly excluded from the definition of identifier:
- an individual’s name
- an individual’s Australian Business Number (ABN)
- anything else prescribed by the regulations made under the Privacy Act. This provides flexibility to exclude any specified type of identifier from the definition, and therefore the operation of APP 9, as required.
‘Government related identifiers’
9.7 A ‘government related identifier’ of an individual is defined in s 6(1) as an identifier that has been assigned by:
- an agency
- a State or Territory authority
- an agent of an agency, or a State or Territory authority, acting in its capacity as agent, or
- a contracted service provider for a Commonwealth contract, or a State contract, acting in its capacity as contracted service provider for that contract.
9.8 The following are given as examples of government related identifiers:
- Medicare numbers
- Centrelink Reference numbers
- driver licence numbers issued by State and Territory authorities
- Australian passport numbers.
9.9 Some government related identifiers are regulated by other laws that restrict the way that entities can collect, use or disclose the particular identifier and related personal information. Examples include tax file numbers and individual healthcare identifiers.
(2) “Incorporation” (s 9 of Corporations Act 2001)
(a) of a company–means the company’s first registration under this Act; and
(b) of any other incorporated body–means the body’s incorporation by or under a law (other than this Act).
This clearly denotes a body incorporated under law, other than the Corporations Act 2001, a good example would be an exempt public authority such as in s 57A(2).
Regards, Robert Sudy.
Shortly after this exchange, I received an email from Rohan Hilder regarding my use of his surname in this article, with threats of summoning me to appear before the Hague on charges of Slave Trading.